Amel Guellaty | Tunisia, Qatar, Norway | 2021 | 19'
Eya and Sofia, two sisters aged ten and twelve, go to fetch water in the village well and let themselves be tempted by a walk in the woods, a place where little girls are prohibited from entering. Discovering the nearby forest is a great emotion and they make some marvellous encounters. But freedom can have a price...
Yasmine Ben Amara, Yasmine Thamleoui
Amel Guellaty is a Tunisian director and photographer. In 2017 she wrote and directed her first short film, Black Mamba, which was selected for the “African Perspectives” section at the Festival di Clermont-Ferrand and then in competition at more than 60 international festivals, where it won 20 awards. It has been shown on Canal+ and RT Channel. She is currently working on her first feature film, Tunis-Djerba. Her photos have been published by various magazines, including “Elle”, and she has taken part in a number of collective exhibitions.
2021 – Chitana, sf
2017 – Black Mamba, sf