Moroccan director Sahara Moufid, who has settled in Ireland, is preparing for a new experience in the world of cinema by directing a feature film for women.
Producer, actress and screenwriter Sahara Moufid is embarking on a new project, the screenplay and production of a feature film about the condition of women, in which Moroccan artist Sofia Seidi will play the lead role. .
⁇ I wrote the screenplay when my daughter actress Amira Sheridan asked me to do it. I care about her to accurately interpret the role of a teenager.Says Sahara.
The director already has a clear idea about the heroine of his film. ” I was very impressed with the talented Moroccan actors and actresses, especially Sofia Seidi. I can see her in the lead role in my feature film. She is an amazing and talented actress, I am very happy to work with her and I can see Sofia playing the lead role. She will do it wonderfully. “She assures.
As Sofia Seidi said she was happy with this collaboration, the excitement is clear.
⁇ The idea was suggested by director Sahara Moufid, who represents Morocco in the most beautiful way in Ireland, and I look forward to working with her on this project. I checked the script of the movie and its original idea. The actress was assured.
Another 26-year-old Moroccan singer by the same name, Sofia Essaidi, has evolved internationally and lives in Paris.
Originally from Rabat, Sofia Seidi holds a “Bachelor’s degree in International Management”, a Masters degree in Research in Technical and Organizational Strategic Developments, and a second Master’s degree in Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship.
She was twice crowned “Miss Arab” at the World Next Top Model 2020 in Beirut.
Sahara Moufid’s feature film about family and women is produced by renowned director Jim Sheridan.
Sahara points out that when presenting her project, representatives from different cultures will be present. ” It’s a great plus to see talented Moroccan actresses and actors, and I’m glad to see them play, especially Sofia. ”The director is happy.
Known in the Irish cinematographic environment that has been evolving over the years, Sahara Moufid, the ambassador of Moroccan and Arab culture in Ireland, is preparing for a real return to its roots.
By signing films and series, especially in Morocco and Dakhla, she expresses her desire to promote her homeland as a destination for filming, as well as a great way to communicate culture, nature and Moroccan cinema.
Getting to know Morocco in Ireland has always been one of the director’s aspirations. To this end, they co-founded the annual Dublin Arab Film Festival (DAFF) with Jim Sheridan.
With great pride, she talks about her other “great project”: setting up a 100% Moroccan red carpet, making Morocco a special guest.
The purpose of the festival is to present a beautiful picture of the country, highlight Arab culture, and introduce Western audiences to Moroccan and Arab films in general, as well as Irish audiences.
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