Young foreigners and Moroccans from the southern regions of the Kingdom, benefited from December 6 to 15, a training session and cinematographic support, with the participation of film students and teachers from different countries with the aim of create bonds of encounter, collaboration and mutual learning.
Initiated within the framework of Dakhla film forum, this session offers students and laureates of the Sahara Lab the opportunity to meet, collaborate and forge cultural and cinematographic links with other foreign students from Spain, France and Slovakia.
Saraha Lab, created in 2015, allows students, without cinematographic experience, to share with the public the socio-cultural specificities specific to the populations of the Moroccan Sahara while benefiting from training sessions in the various trades of film production, with technical and academic support. a number of professionals, Moroccan and foreign.
Five universities and film schools from the invited countries took part in this forum, namely the Academy of Cinema and Television in Bratislava (Slovakia), the superior audiovisual school, under the University of Toulouse (France). ), the communication faculty of Cuenca, belonging to the University of Castile-La Mancha (Spain), the institute for higher studies in the arts, art market, cultural professions (Paris) and Sahara Lab.