Biography: Of French-Moroccan dual nationality, Brahim Fritah was born in Paris in 1973. He studied at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, in the photo/video department. Over the years he has developed a unique and original style, straddling the border between several different artistic fields and merging documentary and fiction. His films have been selected by and awarded prizes in numerous festivals throughout the world. In 2003, he took part in the Cinéfondation /Film Foundation, as a writer in residence of the Cannes Film Festival.
(Source: Through African Eyes – Conversations with the Directors – Volume 2, BONETTI Mahen and SEAG Morgan (Editors), 2010, African Film Festival, Inc. and Printinfo JV LLC, Yerevan, Armenia, p.88)
Chroniques d’un balayeur [Tales of a Sweeper] (1999);
El Censo (2001);
A Woman Alone (2004);
The Train (2005);
The Painting (2008);
Une si belle inquiétude (2011);
Chroniques d’une cour de récré (2012).