Given the evolution of the digital world and the platforms available that offer a variety of film choices, in addition to viewing flexibility, more and more people are no longer going to the cinema, especially in the case of the city of Sidi Kacem which unfortunately does not have a cinema.
In order to reconcile the public with the cinemas in Sidi Kacem, the foundation ” RIHLA of living arts chaired by the artist Abdellatif Nhaila, through the program ” Machtal ” in partnership with the Ministry of the Interior – Province of Sidi Kacem and the INDH- Sidi Kacem, provides for the screening of the Moroccan film ” The Green March “ by Youssef Britel, Friday, June 3.
This screening is part of the project “ Cine Time which aim to invite, familiarize, and introduce the public of Sidi Kacem to dark rooms, coordinated by Yasmine Bouchfar.
” We want to make Ciné Time a weekly meeting place for the screening of films, with a wide choice in the presence of the directors, if possible, in order to offer the public a varied and rich unforgettable moment of entertainment while promoting Moroccan cinema. “Explains the Rihla Foundation in a press release.
The ball of screenings will be opened by the film ” The Green March by the great Moroccan director Youssef Britel, tomorrow Friday June 3, at the youth platform – Sidi Kacem at 7 p.m. in the presence of the director, filmmakers and film lovers, announces the Rihla Foundation in a press release, noting that the screening will be followed by a debate.
Massira was born on the day of the Green March, November 6, 1975. The film recounts the sacrifice of her mother, Zhor, to give her life on the land of her late husband, in the dunes of the Moroccan Sahara. The heroine’s story mingles with the destiny of those who took part in this march.