Senegalese Film Wins Carthage Festival
26 November 2012
"La Pirogue" by Senegalese director Moussa Touré on Saturday (November 24th) won the Carthage Cinema Days (JCC) top award.
"Mort à Vendre" by Moroccan director Faouzi Ben Saïdi received the "Tanit d'argent". The best scenario prize went to the Tunisian director Mohamed Ben Mahmoud for his film "Le Professeur."
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