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Good news for Moroccan film industry

Morocco film psychological thriller

Ouazazarte is not the only place in Morocco connected to the film industry.

Kasbah Films is a production services company based in Tangiers, Morocco and founded in 2006. They have recently signed on to “Morocco,” a psychological thriller set against the backdrop of the 2008 economic meltdown.

Told over 72 hours, “Morocco” turns on Simon Collins a wealthy Irish property developer who travels undercover to North Africa on the eve of the financial collapse of 2008 to embezzle funds from his company before it collapses. But Simon’s plans unravel as he comes across Karim, a local property developer and shrewd businessman who quickly discovers the scam and sets off to give Simon a lesson.

Can’t wait to see it.

12th Annual Marrakech Film Festival 2012

Marrakech Film Festival 2012


Book your stay with us now in the exotic, exciting city of Marrakech for the

12th annual Marrakech film festival 2012 – November 30th to December 8th, 2012.

Not only is November/December a great time for weather in Marrakech, you can have the added entertainment value of a great film festival.

Marrakech is likely the cheapest place to get into festival films in the world. We paid around $1 a couple of years ago to see a film that would cost 15 times that in Europe or North America.

So book your holiday time off from work now and come and stay with us November 30th to December 8th — see our websites for great room discounts too: www.riadariha.com and www.riadchichi.com

Official Film Festival website: http://en.festivalmarrakech.info/

This year’s theme is a “Tribute to Hindi cinema”  Bollywood has come to Marrakech
Tribute to Hindi cinema

The Marrakech International Film Festival keeps on supporting talents by paying tribute to the cinematic culture of a country.

After displaying the eclecticism and richness of Indian cinema in the last years, it was only natural that this edition should be devoted to Hindi cinema, to celebrate its centenary.
More than a tradition, there are deep relationships between Morocco and Indian cinema, as shown by the many talents embodying the vivacity of the Indian film industry who have been invited by the Festival throughout the years, including Amitabh Bachchan, Jaya Bachchan, Aamir Khan, Shashi Kapoor, Yash Chopra, Saif Ali Khan, Shekkar Kapur, Aishwarya Rai, Abhishek Bachchan, Nandita Das, Pan Nalin,…

The always lively central Place Jemaa el-Fna sets the stage for Marrakech’s International Film Festival. Every evening at 6 p.m. during the film festival the city’s central square, is transformed into an open-air cinema.

Festival visitors in the past have included Martin Scorsese, Francis Ford Coppola, Sigourney Weaver, Susan Sarandon, David Lynch and many others.

Marrakech film festival 2012, free films in the main square