Jean-Louis Trintignant: Melancholy and elegance

Recognizable voice among all, magnetic presence tinged with melancholy: the French actor Jean-Louis Trintignant, who died Friday at the age of 91, led an immense career for half a century, punctuated by some 160 roles in theater and cinema, from “Et God…created woman” to “Love”. Entered the history of cinema with “A man and a … Read more

Saâd Chraïbi retraces the history and memory of Moroccan cinema

The filmmaker and producer Saâd Chraïbi presented, on Wednesday on the sidelines of the Mediterranean Film Festival in Tetouan, his first book “Fragments of cinematographic memory” which retraces 50 years behind the scenes and the history of Moroccan cinema. For moviegoers, Moroccan cinema will hold no secrets. All the cinematographic culture is related in this … Read more

Mohcine Besri’s films are invited to the Sahara cinema

With its modern and imposing architecture and its contemporary white-looking building as well as the modernity of its facilities, the Sahara cinema in Agadir hosted a special Mohcine Besri cycle on Wednesday evening. Held as part of the “Panorama” section, the cycle is part of the activities of the 18th edition of the International Film … Read more

Netflix unveils its animation projects

Squid Game The game “Squid Game” in real life and, obviously, without a candidate being killed: the Netflix platform has launched a casting call with a view to a reality TV adaptation of the South Korean phenomenon series. “At the end of the biggest casting call in the history of reality TV, 456 real contestants … Read more

Words and parallel worlds

”Writing, and especially poetry, is for me an act of survival, a necessity”, it is in these terms that the poetess Houda El Fchtali expresses her passion and her fascination for words, and this for their extraordinary power to allow him to travel to parallel worlds. ”Thanks to words, I manage to create parallel worlds … Read more

New edition of the Fez International Film Festival

The second edition of the Fez International Film Festival will take place from June 24 to 30, with some forty Moroccan, African, Arab and European short and feature films in the running. Initiated by the Fez International Film Festival Association in partnership with the Ministry of Youth, Culture and Communication, this edition will pay tribute … Read more

The Moroccan Flomine, headliner of a short film directed by Spotify

Moroccan producer and DJ Flomine is headlining the new short film “Music That Moves” produced by Spotify. Thus, “Spotify honors Amapiano, a musical genre that continues to grow in Morocco, but also throughout Europe, North Africa, East Asia and well in beyond,” said a statement from Spotify. “A hot music from South Africa, Amapiano is … Read more

A wonderful reflection on the human condition

Through games of mirrors, the novelist Mahi Binebine offers a magnificent reflection on the human condition in his new novel “My Ghost Brother”, whose signing ceremony took place on Friday evening at the cultural center “Les Etoiles de Jamaâ El Fna” in Marrakesh. Published by Les Editions Le Fennec, this 227-page work straddles between social … Read more

In Cannes, the difficult equation of parity

As an air of deja vu: with five female directors – out of 21 films – in competition, the Cannes Film Festival is struggling to keep its promise of parity. In question? An industry that is still too masculine, defend the organizers. However, like last year – which saw the Frenchwoman Julia Ducournau win the … Read more

Crédit Agricole du Maroc becomes a forerunner of the payments of the future

Crédit Agricole du Maroc (CAM) signed a long-term strategic partnership with Mastercard on Monday May 9 to bring new technologies, products and services to the Moroccan market to make daily transactions intuitive, transparent and secure. Crédit Agricole du Maroc thus becomes the first bank in Africa to launch the digitalization service for bank cards on … Read more