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Zaineb Hates the Snow
Zaineb Takrahou Ethel - Kaouther Ben Hania
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Tunisie/France/Qatar/Liban/Émirats Arabes Unis - 2016 - 1 h 34 mn - Réalisation : Kaouther Ben Hania - Production : Habib Attia, Eban Hathaway - Scénario : Kaouther Ben Hania - Image : Kaouther Ben Hania - Montage : Samuel Lajus - Musique : Sarmad Abdulmajid - Son : Kaouther Ben Hania - Interprétation : Zaineb Khelifi, Wided Khelifi, Wijdene Hamdi, Maher Hamdi, Haythem Khelifi -

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Corum - Salle Einstein Mardi 25 octobre 2016, 18 h 00
Corum - Salle Einstein Jeudi 27 octobre 2016, 12 h 00

2009. Zaineb is nine years old and has lived with her mother and younger brother in Tunis since her father died in a car accident. But when her mother expresses the desire to rebuild her life with a man who lives in Canada, Zaineb rejects the idea. She has no confidence in her stepfather, nor in that new country, and on top of all, she doesn’t like snow! The story relates six years in the turbulent life of Zaineb and her family. Zaineb Hates the Snow is a tale of initiation into adulthood as seen through the eyes of a child, who is growing up physically and maturing emotionally...

Kaouther Ben Hania

Born in 1977, Tunisian director Kaouther Ben Hania based in Paris studied cinema in Tunisia (EDAC) then in Paris (Fémis and la Sorbonne). She directed several short films including "me, my sister and the thing” (2006) and « Wooden hand » (2013). Both films had a long and successful run on the international festival circuit. Her documentary film « Imams go to school » was premiered at IDFA 2010 and selected in many prestegious festivals (Vancouver, Dubai, Amiens…) Challat of Tunis her first feature film, was selected in Cannes Film Festival 2014, in the ACID section and released in over 15 countries. She is currently developping her second feature film Mime (Sister Productions) for which she won a development grant at Cinemed 2014. Her last documentary film Zaineb Hates the Snow was selected at Locarno in 2016.