colloquium, Meetings, Master Class

26th edition, 2021

COLLOQUIUM : Cinema and painting. Frontier or porosity?

The relationship between Cinema and “other arts” (plastic arts, theater, comics) and the literature are the subject of several doctoral theses, publications (books and magazines)and radio and television programs.


Juan de Pablos Pons – Spain
Luc Vancheri – France
AbdelAli Maazouz – Morocco


Abdelkrim Cheguir – Morocco

MEETING - How could festivals participate in the return of cinema?

It has now been almost two years since the Covid-19 pandemic has ravaged the world population without the great powers succeeding in defeating it. This health crisis, unprecedented in human history, has had dramatic consequences on all sectors, no exception. However, cinema and culture in general seem to be, more than others, the scapegoats for this crisis.



Master CLASS



Director and critic, Mohamed Chrif Tribak was born in Larache, north of Morocco, in 1971. Trained within the Federation of film clubs in Morocco, he completed an internship at FÉMIS in Paris. He also directed five short feature films and four TV films for the second national channel, 2M. – Le temps des Comrades (Time of Comrades), (2008), 102 min Grand prize Ousman Samben at the African Film Festival of Khouribgha, 2009 First feature award at the National Tangier Film Festival, 2008 Audience Award, Mediterranean International Film Festival of Tétouan , 2009 Official selection at the Abou Dhabi Film Festival, 2008 Films in Progress Award, San Sebastian Film Festival, 2008 Selection at Cannes Film Festival Workshop, 2007 Short film: – Love letter (2008) – 30 years (2006), 14 min – Mawal (2005) 7min – The Extraterrestrial (2005), 7 min. – Balcon Atlantico (2003), 20 min Best Direction Award and critique at the National Film Festival of Oujda, 2003 Official selection at the Clermont Ferrand Short Film Festival, 2004. – Nassima (1998), 11 min