[size=52]Celebrating Kazemi and crowning the “last wave” at the Educational Film Festival..[/size]
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[size=45]The Moroccan tape “The Last Wave” directed by Mustafa Fermaty won the grand prize of the Fifth Educational Film Festival for Children of Summer Camps, which concluded its activities last Sunday evening in Al-Bayda, by honoring the actor Kamal Kazmi. The festival’s jury, chaired in this session by actor and director Idris El Rokh, justified its selection of the crowning tape, in its report, “for its human dimension, inspiring story, aesthetic image and lighting,” while awarding its prize to the film “Bare Bread” directed by Muhammad al-Luhi. As for the best performance award, the child Omar El-Baz went to the role of “Marwan” who embodied it in the tape “The Hidden Bread”, while the award for best performance was won by the child Nour Ragab for her role in the film “Radiya” directed by Shaima Tafesh from Egypt, while the tape “Yak” won The Sea” directed by Yassin Samih, the audience award given to children and youth in the camps for the films participating in the official competition of the festival. The jury of the festival, organized by the Soura Cultural Heritage Association, along with its president, Idriss El Rokh, included actress Mounia Lamkimel, plastic artist Mustapha Ghazlani, actor Younes Benchkour, and Tunisian writer and scriptwriter Lassad Benhsine. The activities of the festival were distributed over five days in the camps of Al-Alia in Mohammedia, Harhoura (Temara), Maamoura (Sale) and Ain Sebaa (Casablanca). Al-Khaytir, Muhammad Shweikeh, and a Master Class, framed by the actor Muhammad Khei, in addition to the presentation and signing of the book “On Cinema in Morocco and the Mediterranean: Yesterday and Today” by Ahmed Fertat. Also, artistic names appeared in open meetings with the children of the camps, including the actor Abdel Latif Khamoli, the writer and scriptwriter Hassan Larous, and the actor Nasser Akbab, in addition to the presentation of the tapes “Children of the Sands by dear Kremish” and “Stillo Red” by Nassib Abdo Al-Masnawi in a panorama segment. The course included workshops led by specialists, including the story workshop supervised by the storyteller Muhammad Sous Alawi, known as “Baba Ashour”, the caricature workshop supervised by Naji Banaji, then the music workshop, framed by the artist and musician Tawfiq Sarhan, the diagnostic workshop by the actor Abdul Latif Al-Khamoli, and the motion picture workshop framed by Ali. The honor and workshop of photography and cinematography was framed by the artist Mohamed Lozini.
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