Mohammed Bakrim – Morocco
Professor of the history of Moroccan and African cinema at the Higher Institute of Visual Arts in Marrakech (ESAVM). Member of several global jury, his former manager at CCM, president of cinematic cultural forum, and French writer.
Among his writings we cite: “The Standing Desire,” “cinematic Chronicles 1″ (Rabat 2007), “traveling impressions”, “Film Chronicles 2″ (Casablanca 2011), “the best job in the world: a film critic,” ” film Chronicles 3 “(Casablanca 2015),” Abdel Kader Leqtaa: director of modernity “(Casablanca 2016). Previously he produced the short film “Edgar Moran” in Tangier in 2012 and soon he published “Women and the echo”, cinema and society in Morocco. ”
Thomas Lesourd – France
film and television director, he worked as director of Canal Plus. He has received several accolades in world festivals of short films. Now he is an image and special effects technician within the French team Off-Courts Trouville.
Salim Akkar – Algeria
Algerian director specialized in documentaries. He started in the audiovisual field in 1989 by the completion of the short film “God created man and the mountain city” followed by the film “Good morning Baghdad” dealing with the Gulf War, then a short film “soldier at the age of 13 years “which received the award for best director at the World festival of documentary and short film in 1999 in Algeria. Then he became one of the best young documentary filmmakers in Algeria in the Maghreb and Arab world by various films including the last “shooting in Algeria”, “French Hostage of the National Liberation Army” …
Ibrahim Hasnaoui – Morocco
He is a reasercher in the royal institute for the amazigh culture. He is also specialised in picture and cinema studies. He made many studies about the Moroccan and African cinema. He presented a university research about Moroccan cinema entitled literature and cinema: the tools of interpretation and translation. He also teaches cinema and media in the faculty of human sciences in Agadir
He is a member of many referee committees specialised in cinematic competitions and festivals
Fatima Boujou – Morocco
Moroccan actress born August 9, 1967 in Kenitra. She started her artistic career at the school theater. She joined the Higher Institute of theater and cultural activity in its fourth promotion and turned actress graduated in 1993. In 1995 she was awarded the Diploma in-advanced studies of the Faculty of Arts of Fez. Between her cinematic interests are reported: “Prayer of the absent” Hamid Bennani, “Abi Musa’s neighbor” Abderrahman Tazi, “Diamant” (Jawhara) Saad Chraybi, in addition to more than 20 television series and films .