Ala Eddine Slim op IFFR
After making several short films and a video series inspired by the Arab Spring of 2010, independent filmmaker Ala Eddine SLIM (1982, Tunisia) made his multi-awarded documentary Babylon (2012). His first fiction film, The Last of Us (2016), is a further exploration of themes that have occupied him since the Arab Spring; it was awarded at the Venice Film Festival. In his own words, Tlamess (2019), marks the end of a cycle of films dealing with “the problem of borders, imaginary places, illegality and seclusion”.
The Fall (2007, short), One Night Among the Others (2008, short doc), The Stadium (2010, short), Journal of an Important Man (2010, video), Journal of an Important Woman (2011, video), Babylon (2012, doc, co-dir), Akher wahed fina/The Last of Us (2016), Tlamess (2019)