'From Bensaïdi’s ‘Deserts’ to K Films’ ‘Ali,’ Atlas Workshops’ Morocco

K Films’ ‘Ali,’ Atlas Workshops’ Morocco

A modern

take on the Western, “It will be an abstract Western, but not a Spaghetti Western

Man against

himself, against God and against nature and coming to terms with his own interior violence,”

Those deals

are now in place with France’s Barney Productions, NiKo in Germany, Entre Chien et

Meanwhile, five

other Moroccan titles, this time in development are hoping to get to this stage of

“One of

our duties is to support more Moroccan producers and directors to do more worldwide,” said

“One of

the priorities is having a local industry growing with the workshops, filmmakers getting interested in

We  we

are supporting them in building the co production strategy,” he added

In this

film, people from different backgrounds come together to fight darkness in the world around them

 Says Hajar Belkasmi,

a production manager at K Films: “We see this workshop as a chance to

“Don’t Let

the Sun Go Up on Me,” (Insight Films, Morocco-Qatar)

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