Tunisia: Marwen Trabelsi's 'The Man Who Became a Museum' Wins Ciné Art Agadir's Bronze Branch of Argan

Tunis/Tunisia — Tunisian Marwen Trabelsi’s documentary feature film “The Man Who Became a Museum” won the “bronze branch of argan” at the 3rd International Festival of Films on Art “Ciné Art Agadir,” organised on November 20-22, under the theme of “Art and Convalescence.”
This is the documentary’s 5th award in five international participations.
This event in hybrid format is an opportunity to discover other cultures and encourage young talents through the works of Arab and foreign directors with 30 films competing for the festival’s prizes, as the organisers indicate in a press release.
Two official competitions are organised in this frame, one dedicated to short films and the other to feature documentaries.
The jury for the documentary feature films competition is chaired by Moroccan director and actor Driss Roukhe.
Read the original article on Tunis Afrique Presse.
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