In the video interview above, filmmaker Raja Amari talks about the making of Buried Secrets, her second feature film set in Tunisia, which premiered at the Venice International Film Festival in 2009.
Posts tagged ‘Mapping Subjectivity’
In the video interview above, artist Ali Cherri describes the conceptual approach framing his exhibition Bad, Bad, Images, that opened this past winter in Paris. Pipe Dreams was “extracted” from this exhibition installation, and here the artist explains how he came to transform a two-channel video installation into single-channel video.
In the video interview above, filmmaker Youssef Chebbi shares some of the behind-the-scenes stories around Babylon, the feature-length non-fiction film he co-directed with ismaël [sic] and Ala Eddin Slim.
In the video interview above, filmmaker Damien Ounouri talks about his film Fidaï, which inaugurated the film exhibition Mapping Subjectivity: Experimentation in Arab Cinema from the 1960s to Now, Part III
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