For his "Fatwa" film, produced by the Dardenne brothers, the director Mahmoud Ben Mahmoud won the Golden Tanit at Carthage Film Days, which ended on Saturday, which reported the Belgian news agency in Tunis. It's also the best male performance price pockets. The 29th session of the Annual Carthage Film (CGC) festival took place between 3 and 10 November in the center of the Tunisian capital. At the closing ceremony held at the City of Culture City, Mahmoud Ben Mahmoud, the Tunisia film maker, won the Golden Tanit for his "Fatwa" film, produced by the Dardenne Brothers Films.
The Golden Tanit is the most prestigious Grand Prize of the NYC. The ancient lunar dragon name of Carthage is remarkable and adopts the shape of its symbol, a triangle filled with a horizontal line and a circle.
The "Fatwa" feature film is rewarded in the fictional movie category as one of the actors, Ahmed Hafiane, has been awarded the Best Male Performance award. The leading role of Brahim Nadhour, Tunisia who lives in France, who returns to Dunis to bury his son who died in a motorcycle accident. Finding that the young Marwan was working in a radical Islamic group, Brahim decided to conduct her investigation to understand the reasons for her radicalization and to identify the disinfected people.
During the competition week, the film "Fatwa" moved the viewers in Tunisiana theaters completely postponed long before opening the sessions.
He was presented as the first premiere of the world at the Giant Festival in October, a new "Fatwa" crowned in the JCC in Tunis.