Tunisian filmmaker Lofti Achour is in Sao Paulo to advertise his feature that is first film Hope’ and take part in a debate during the Arab World Film Festival at Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil.
Sao Paulo – “I see similarities between Arab and Latin US cinema productions: both convey social critique and a seek out freedom,” stated Tunisian director Lofti Achour (pictured), who’s in Sao Paulo to advertise and take part in a debate about their very very first function movie Burning Hope (85 min, 2017), that is being screened during the Arab World Film Festival through October 28 at Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil.
Achour wrote and directed the movie and chatted to ANBA about this, the brief movie legislation of Lamb (15 min, 2016), that will additionally be screened during the show, and their future task, a documentary about Tunisian authorities brutality through the nation’s dictatorship.
The film “Burning Hope” is defined through the Jasmine Revolution last year and leaps to 36 months later. “It’s concerning the encounter of three young adults, a kid and two girls within a well known demonstration,” said Achour. A policeman attempts to rape the kid therefore the two young women move in and beat the person, thinking they will have killed him. But 36 months later on, they realize that the policeman continues to be alive and fulfill him once again. “I was raised with all the authorities brutality in my own nation and therefore has pervaded my works that are last.