She possesses the persevering gentleness of determined artists.
Le Bleu du caftan
, her second multi-award-winning film around the world, Moroccan filmmaker Maryam Touzani is making a name for herself.
We meet her near Saint-Germain-des-Prés while the streets of the capital are filled with resounding rumors against the pension bill.
Anxious at the idea of taking a train to defend her film in Strasbourg the same evening, the director of
nevertheless wears a relaxed smile, full of charm and attention, as soon as the interview begins.
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Born in 1980 under the Tangier sun of Morocco, Maryam Touzani naturally turned to the cinema in order to put iron in the wound and change the mores of a country still too closed.
“Even if I have always been passionate about words, and since childhood I have had a passion for writing thanks to my family, she
, I quickly developed a fascination for cinema.
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