Wednesday 9 March at 5.30 pm
IKEA auditorium, ECAL
As part of the International Film Festival and Forum on Human Rights in Geneva (FIFDH) and co-presented with the Cinémathèque suisse and the Musée cantonal des Beaux-Arts de Lausanne (MCBA) - Platform 10
The masterclass at ECAL will be followed by the screening of "Haut et fort" at 8pm at the Cinémathèque suisse.
Nabil Ayouch is one of the most important filmmakers of his generation. Held in conjunction with the official selection of "Haut et fort" ("Casablanca Beats") at the FIFDH, this Masterclass is devoted to his bold, ever-changing work, which constantly explores and questions the margins of Moroccan society. His first feature film, "Mektoub", became the first film to represent Morocco at the Oscars in 1997. "Ali Zaoua, Prince of the Street" (2000), "Much Loved" (2016) and "Razzia" (2018) have also enjoyed successful careers internationally. Nabil Ayouch is also the founder of the Moroccan Coalition for Cultural Diversity (2003) and Meda Films Development (2006), which supports producers and scriptwriters South of the Mediterranean.
Avenue du Temple 5