Meknes will host the 17th edition of the International Festival of Animated Cinema from March 16 to 21, 2018

By Sara Saoudi World Point TV
From 6 to 21 March 2018, the city of Meknes is organizing the seventeenth session of the Meknes International Festival of Animation Cinema (fICAM), organized by Aisha Foundation in partnership with the French Institute of Meknes, which is the artistic director of the festival.
After the proven success of previous sessions, the Meknes International Film Festival is moving this year with a rich variety of animated films, selected among the hidden treasures of heritage as well as contemporary creativity.


Through the Meknes International Cinema Festival, Aisha continues to accompany lovers of motion picture films, providing a wonderful opportunity to spark and radiate animation in all its diversity in the heart of the capital city of Ismailia Meknes. The festival also aims to promote films and artists from all over the world and bring them to a passionate and passionate audience for exploration, and to promote the great ambitions of motion picture cinema as a form of film art . ficam is the spokesman for creative filmmakers and the creators of animation.
On January 12, the deadline for applying for the 2018 International Motion Picture Film Festival will be over. There is no doubt that the number of candidates for this competition, which is constantly increasing, reflects the importance of the festival internationally and its place in the world of animation cinema, where this year the festival received more than 200 applications from more than 24 countries.
Thus, the Meknes International Film Festival will announce the names of jury members for the preliminary selection of the Best Short Film Competition. This is the case of Ghaitha Zein, Moroccan journalist and president of the Mediterranean Film and Human Rights Society, and Olisia Shchukina, a Russian animator and animation filmmaker, a graduate of the Lauderreier School in France, who lives and works in Paris, and Mary Bolin Mulari, , Which is also a member of the Short Film Selection Committee for Critics Week at the Cannes Film Festival.

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