Two weeks after suffering the most devastating attack since WWII, France is slowly getting back on its feet. The recent massacre exposed the phenomenon of disenfranchised French youths joining the…
PARIS — Cannes Directors’ Fortnight topper Edouard Waintrop has joined the flurry of international filmmakers and producers who are protesting Morocco’s ban on Nabil Ayouch’s prostitution-themed…
MARRAKECH — Laila Marrakchi, one of Morocco’s highest-profile directors, is set to make her English-Language debut with “My Sister Lives on the Mantelpiece.” The project is an adaptation of the…
Despite the familiarity of its tale about recriminations, revelations and reconciliations, Laila Marrakchi's family drama is consistently engaging and frequently amusing.
French thesps Vincent Cassel and Jean Reno will star in "Fantomas," an adaptation of the French detective novels produced by Thomas Langmann's La Petite Reine.
"In Morocco, we have to invent our own model for the film industry," says producer-director Nabil Ayouch. "We need to highlight the role of writers and creative producers and learn from best…
In the movie business, Morocco is most often thought of as a location for Hollywood blockbusters, a place to film Middle Eastern-flavored settings in relative safety.
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