Baku Forum 2017
Sarah Lamrini is a Moroccan producer working between Casablanca and Paris. After her business studies and experience in audiovisual production in France, she followed a training in film directing at ESAV Marrakec. She then produced more than twenty documentaries on Moroccan culture and history for Moroc- can television, and created the web-documentary To My Land with director Nabil Ayouch for Ali n’ Productions. In 2014, she founded the company Arkhabil Films to produce creative documentaries, with a first documentary feature in 2015, Aji-Bi, Under the Clock Tower, directed by Raja Saddiki, which won several awards including the Al-Jazeera Award for Best Documentary and the Audience Award at Fidadoc Agadir. Sarah Lamrini is the recipient of the Ahmed Attia Prize at Medimed 2015, and the Hot Docs-Blue Ice Documentary Fund Fellowship in 2016. She participated at the end of 2015 in the production of the film Volubilis by Faouzi Bensaïdi, and is currently developing various film projects by Moroc- can young directors. In early 2017, she joined the production team of Upian and Yami2 in Paris to develop the transmedia project Generation What? - Arabic, to be deployed in Arab South Mediterranean countries.