Nadia El Fani, Laureate of the International Secular Award 2011

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Genre : Awards lists
Principal country concerned : Column : Cinema/tv
Release/publication date : 2011
Published on : 19/07/2011
Source : Source: African Women in Cinema Blog

The film Laïcité Inch'allah (Secularism Inch'allah) initially titled Ni Allah, Ni Maître (Neither Allah nor Master) won the Prix International de la Laïcité (The International Secular Award). "A just reward for a work that defends and promotes secularism", the filmmaker said to AFP by telephone [Wednesday, 29 June 2011].

"I am delighted to have received this honorary award and I hope that it will help to spread the word about the film," the Tunisian filmmaker Nadia El Fani stated by telephone in Tunis.

The award is presented annually by the Comité Laïcité République (Secular Republic Committee)

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