Started on November 3, 2018, 29E The film days in Carthage are inexorably exhausted. More than a few hours and the place will be dedicated to celebrating the best films. But long ago, some may already be angry. Parallel prices are known.
Almost twenty African and Arab countries present the films in the official competition. More than 40 feature films and short feature and documentary films.
There are, however, a total of 200 films, all of which are combined to be seen by Tunisian audiences including, but not limited to, official competitions, other sections such as special sessions, the Tunisian cinema, Cantágo cine-slib, Cinema du World, Latin American cinema and films focus on honorable countries, Senegal, Iraq, India.
The festival also includes prizes and prizes for partners or parallel prizes. On Friday, November 9, 2018, the directors were appointed.
The film was also dedicated to young short film directors with the cinema-promise section with three prizes awarded to student films.
Festival director Nejib Ayed this section " is the promise that we are firmly committed to the right path. " These TV5 Monde Awards are in cash as well as the ability to see young people on a set of TV channels.
The first prize, Carthage Ciné-Promesse 2018, the parallel part devoted to school films awarded to TV5 Monde, was awarded to two short films "Agony" Ghassen JERIBI, ISAMM (Tunisia) and "The beautiful life" Rami ALOUI (Algeria), ESAV Marrakech.
The second Carthage Ciné-Promesse 2018, a parallel part dedicated to school film, awarded by the University of Carthage, was awarded by MISFIT, an independent student of Karanja NG ENDO (Kenya). The third Carthage Ciné-Promesse 2018 Award, awarded by ESAC, was awarded the " Dar Bouidar children » Isabelle Christiane KOURAOGO (Burkina Faso), ESAV Marrakech (Morocco).
A special mention of the jury was won by Dina Naji (Saudi Arabia), the New York Film Academy (USA).
For the third consecutive year, the African Film Critics Federation offers the award. And the artistic quality, the good direction of the course, the mastering of the subject, the aesthetic choice of the director, the Moroccan film " Sofia », according to René Sambou, the chairman of the jury, charmed the jury.
Another FIPRESCI (International Federation of Film Critics) prize was awarded to Judaic SAID (Syria) for "Incomplete Path".
Anis Saadi, editor of "SUBUTEX" (Tunisia), won the Tunisian General Staff Association.