Director Mahmoud Ben Mahmoud won Golden Tanit on the film "Carthage Film Days", which ended on Saturday night for the film "Fatwa" extended by the Dardenne brothers, the Belgian press agency said in Tunis. It also carries the best male performance price. 29. The annual Carthage Film Festival (CGC) was held from 3 to 10 November in the heart of the capital of Tunisia. At the closing ceremony held on Saturday night at the Tunisian City Congress, Tunisian director Mahmoud Ben Mahmoud was awarded the Golden Tanit for his "Fatwa" movie, which produced the Films on the River Dardenne Brothers.
Golden Tanks is the most prestigious CGC award. He wears the name of the lunar goddess of the ancient Carthage and accepts the shape of his symbol, a triangle that outlined the horizontal line and the circle.
The feature film "Fatwa" was twice awarded in the category of fantastic movies, as one of his actors Ahmed Hafiane won the Best Male Performance Award. He has played the leading role in Brahim Nadhoura, Tunisian living in France, who returns to Tunisia to bury a son who has died in a motorcycle accident. Revealing that young Marwan worked in a radical Islamist group, Brahim decided to conduct his investigation to understand the reasons for her radicalization and to recognize the people who were indoctrinated.
During the week of the competition, the movie "Fatwa" mobilized viewers in tuning theaters, which were released well before the opening of the sessions.
Presented as the world premier at the Ghent festival in October, "Fatwa" was twice crowned in the JCC in Tunisia.