Algerian Producer and Film Director.
Sometimes credited as
Narimane MARI BENAMER
Narimane Mari was born in Algiers in 1969. She began her activity in France in 1990 with two consulting agencies in communication Devarrieux Villaret and Nogood Industry, of which she is a co-founder. She worked on the creation of culture extra for Liberation, France Soir and on various projects of magazines for Canal+ and France Television. At the same time, she has contributed to the development of contemporary art Galleries and has initiated a collection of photographic books. In 2001, she produced her first cinema film, "L'arpenteur", which won the Jean Vigo award. In 2010, she founded, in Algeria, ALLERS RETOURS FILMS in order to produce engaging documentaries and fictions. In 2007, she directed her first film "Prologue", a medium film about the artist Michel Haas. "Loubia Hamra"  is her first feature film of fiction.