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Tribute to Dalila Ennadre : El Batalett – Femmes de la Médina

Dalila Ennadre
2000 Belgium, France 60 min
Thu 17
March
20h40
Centre Pompidou - Cinéma 1
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In their houses in the old medina of Casablanca, the women cook, clean the house, take care of their families and help each other. They also go to the market and the hammam, exchange gossip with their neighbors and discuss political events they have heard about on television.

Dalila Ennadre

Dalila Ennadre is a Moroccan director renowned for her documentaries on Moroccan daily life. Morocco constitutes its privileged ground. She mainly films women there, among others in El Batalett, women of the Medina (2000) and Je voudrais vous raconter (2005). She directed around ten documentaries between 1987 and 2019. Dalila Ennadre died on May 14, 2020 following a long illness, while working on the editing of her last film Jean Genet, Notre-Père-des-Fleurs (2021), completed thanks to his editor, Catherine Mantion, and his daughter Lilya, with a group of filmmaker friends who were close to her until her last days.

Thu 17
March
20h40
Centre Pompidou - Cinéma 1
Book
Production :
L’Yeux Ouverts, Les FIlms de la Passerelle, Images +
Cinematography :
Dalila Ennadre
Sound :
Tourya Ennadre
Editing :
Barbara Pueyo
Print source :
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