Feathers, Casablanca Beats, Amira and Captains of Zaatari Named Among the Award Winners of the 32nd Carthage Film Festival

Sat Nov 06, 2021


Carthage Film Festival concluded its 32nd edition which took place October 30 -November 6, 2021, by announcing the award winners. GFF 2021 films; Feathers by Omar Zohairy received the Gold Tanit Award for Feature Narrative, Tahar Cheriaa Award, Best Screenplay Award and Best Actress Award for Demiana Nasser. Casablanca Beats by Nabil Ayouch received the Best Music Award, while Captains of Zaatari by Ali El Arabi and Amira by Mohamed Diab received special mentions.

The gold tanit awards of the 32nd Carthage Film Festival went to: Gold Tanit for Documentary to Little Palestine, Gold Tanit for Short Film to Life on the Horn by Mo Harawe and Gold Tanit for Feature Narrative to Feathers by Omar Zohairy.

It is worth noting that a total of 14 films from GFF’s 5th edition were screened at the 32nd edition of Carthage Film Festival across different sections: the official competition included the feature narratives Feathers by Omar Zohairy, Amira by Mohamed Diab, Casablanca Beats by Nabil Ayouch; short films Khadiga by Morad Mostafa, Arnoos by Samer Battikhi, feature documentary Captains of Zaatari by Ali El Arabi and in the out of competition section Costa Brava, Lebanon by Mounia Akl.

In the festival’s parallel World Cinema section; The French Dispatch by Wes Anderson, Nitram by Justin Kurzel, Happening by Audrey Diwan, Sundown by Michel Franco, The Worst Person in the World by Joachim Trier, and Unclenching the Fist by Kira Kovalenko. While in the Views of Tunisian Cinema section, the short film A Dike by Bilel Bali was screened.

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