JCC pay tribute to memory of Youssef Chahine, Golden Tanit winner in 1971

A tribute was paid to the memory of Egyptian director and world-renowned Youssef Chahine, who was awarded the Golden Tanit during the Carthage Film Festival (JCC) of 1971 for his film “choice.”

The posthumous tribute was held Monday in the presence of actors who knew him closely or who had worked with him as Ezzet El Alayli, Hmida Mahmoud, Khaled Nabawi, and a large number of Tunisian and Arab journalists.

This posthumous tribute paid on the fiftieth anniversary of the JCC reminds the great consecration that Chahine earned in 1997 when receiving the award of the fiftieth anniversary of the Cannes Film Festival for all his work.

Chahine who died on July 27, 2008, made forty films between fictions and documentaries of different stylistic choices.

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