A total of 36 films from Saudi Arabia, the Arab region and Africa, including two Moroccan ones, have received support from the “Red Sea Fund” for the production and post-production phases under the year 2022, announced the Saudi Fund. These are the films “Moul Lkelb” (the man with the dog) and “Amina”.
The cinematographic works subsidized within the framework of the third cycle of the production phase include in particular the two Moroccan films “Moul Lkelb” (the man with the dog), directed by Kamal Lazraq, and “Amina” by Nora El Hourch, indicated the institution on Wednesday in a press release. And to add that among the films financed as part of the fourth cycle of the post-production phase is “Backstage”, a joint Moroccan-French-Belgian-Tunisian work directed by Afef Ben Mahmoud.
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