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Much Loved by Nabil Ayouch
Nabil Bekkani   

Much Loved by Nabil Ayouch | babelmed | art - culture - show - cinema - concert - music - mediterranean

In Morocco, the film Much Loved raised a heated debate. Not limited to simple condemnations or requests to ban its screenings. The film was discussed in the parliament and there were calls for the execution of its director, as well as the actress who played the main character, Loubna Abidar.(Ebticar/Arablog)

 
Dar Al-Ma’mûn, A Place to Discover
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Dar Al-Ma’mûn, A Place to Discover | babelmed | art - culture - show - cinema - concert - music - mediterraneanDar Al-Ma’mûn is an international center for artistic residencies located 14 km from Marrakesh in the village of Tassoultante (Ourika valley). Aiming to support emerging artists in visual arts this project contributes to culture as an integral part of economic development.
 
Nayda, Moroccan youths on the move
Nayda, Moroccan youths on the move | babelmed | art - culture - show - cinema - concert - music - mediterraneanA new libertarian surge : from music to cinema, from graphic art to fashion, cultural productions reveal an unprecedented sense of freedom of speech.
 
Morjana Alaoui, the most French Moroccan comedian
Morjana Alaoui, the most French Moroccan comedian | babelmed | art - culture - show - cinema - concert - music - mediterraneanA three year career and two films later, the actress from Casablanca, Morjana Alaoui is already a great presence. From her golden Moroccan youth to the blackness of French horror films, her filming career has led her off the beaten track.
 
JAWHARA, prison girl
JAWHARA, prison girl | babelmed | art - culture - show - cinema - concert - music - mediterraneanJawhara by Saad Chraïbi on the years of lead did not succeed in touching the Moroccan public. It is as a whole globally quite unfavourable because for those, numerous as they were who lived during this period or suffered from it, it did not manage to present a dramatic construction which suitably illustrates the era.
 
The Bazoga Brothers
Ella Wind   

Bazoga, a musical collaboration between Moroccan art students and brothers Salim and Tayeb Bayri, features a hyper electronic mash of Moroccan trance darbeats, darija poetry, and other samplings found online.

 
In the white town A web- documentary paying tribute to Casablancans.
In the white town  A web- documentary paying tribute to Casablancans. | babelmed | art - culture - show - cinema - concert - music - mediterraneanZara Samiry’s first and unique of its kind web-documentary in Morocco entitled In the white town draws up portraits of ordinary people within Casablanca. Car keeper, pastry cook and also a cleaner…
 
Boultek, a place of hope
Boultek, a place of hope | babelmed | art - culture - show - cinema - concert - music - mediterraneanBoultek, a venue dedicated to alternative culture. The association EAC- L’Boulvart with its eleven years of experience is strengthening its work and embarking on new challenges.
 
Street art beyond folklore
Street art beyond folklore | babelmed | art - culture - show - cinema - concert - music - mediterraneanWhen we talk about street art in Morocco, Gnawa, storytellers and especially acrobats come to mind. There exists unique type of acrobatics that survives thanks to the will of families. It is an art that is rich of ancestral history.
 
An interview with a very independent director
An interview with a very independent director  | babelmed | art - culture - show - cinema - concert - music - mediterraneanDalila Ennadre makes no secret of it. A self-tought director, she confesses she can't really tell fiction from documentaries apart. With seven films to her credit, she is an international celebrity.
 

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