by Ridha Tlili

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Doses of fear and violence gradually isolate the person from their inner life- the human being iden-tifies with the role assigned to them. Accepting this role is the only way to survive, but it is also a way to completely destroy their personality.

"Doses" are the embodiment of the fragile human experience in the face of abuse and the refusal to transform the individual into a commodity.

The performance is followed by a conversation with Ridha Tlili moderated by Adnen Jdey.

About Ridha Tlili

Ridha Tlili (born 1977 in Sidi Bouzid) is a Tunisian film director. Ayan Ken, his pseudonym, is also the title of one of his films. Graduated from the ISAMM in 2003, his graduation film "Rien à signaler" (“Nothing to Report”), won special mention from the FIFAK 2003 jury. In 2004, he continued his studies at the Superior School for Audiovisual Studies and Cinema – ESAC (Tunis) where he obtained in 2008, a second degree in audiovisual and cinema studies.

In 2007, he directed his first professional short film "Ayan Ken" which earned him best director award at the Taghit International Short Film Festival in Algeria.

He co-directed "Controlling and punishment", selected at the Cinéma du Réel and received the "European cinema" audience award. Filmography: 2007: "Ayan Ken" (CM, 2007), "Bas Bord" (CM, 2009), "Teriague" (CM, 2009), "Jiha" 2011, "Revolution under 5'" (Documentary, 2011), "Controlling and punishment", 2014.

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Friday December 25, 2021 at 18:15


1 hour

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Free on the L'Art Rue -الشارع فن Facebook page