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11 middle and high schools participated in a short film competition

Written by FDM

This year, due to the global health crisis, the 5th edition of Cinéastes et Graphistes en Herbe organized by the École Supérieure des Arts Visuels, took place online on Saturday June 20 and was a great success.

The short films, produced by middle school and high school students aged between 15 and 18 as part of workshops, were released to the public on the ESAV website and Facebook page.

In addition to the exceptional mobilization of the 11 participating public and private middle and high schools (students, managers, teachers) and families, the public responded and encouraged budding talents: 10,000 votes were thus recorded for the Prix du Audience, awarded to Le Printemps for the short film “Ki derti liha”.
The jury, composed of Mohamed Chrif Tribek (director), Samia Akariou (actress), Kamal Cadimi (actor), Jana Traboulsi (visual artist and graphic designer), Jean Mazel (representative of Canon, partner of the event), Sibylle Baltzer (visual artist), awarded its ex aequo prize to “Saïd” proposed by the Lycée Sed Moulay Youssef and “Leila wa Di’b”, produced by the students of Lycée Mohamed VI.The Canon Best Generic Award went to Le Printemps for the film “Ki derti Liha”.
The award-winning films can be found on