IINA -The International Institute of Digital and Audiovisual Studies-  winning team of 48 Hour Film Project Challenge- Tunis on October 2015.

From scriptwriting to editing, IINA gathered its students and their academic supervisors in order to participate in this 48 Hour Film Project and make a film in just 48 hours.

It was Friday night, the atmosphere was pleasant and dynamic. Full of energy, despite stress and time constraint, all members of IINA team met to spend 48 hours at IINA premises, where they could use the equipement and enjoy the setting, some of them even forgot about sleep so they can get to the end of this exciting project.

It was a challenge just before the beginning of classes for the students of the International Institute of Digital and Audiovisual studies and an unprecedented experience "I was offered to participate in this project, I accepted without hesitation, it was the weekend just before classes were to start, and there was no better way to start the academic year! I was available all along the shooting of the short film, I participated and I learned a lot " revealed Taher Kharrat, the young team leader, student at IINA.

With much enthusiasm, a bubbling energy and great heart, the crew combined creativity and technical sophistication, and thanks to the considerable guidance from professionals of in Audiovisual, IINA team was awarded the prize for the best short film at the festival's closing ceremony and so, it will be projected in the Appaloosa festival in Atlanta, USA, then at Cannes festival if selected among the top ten.

Produced by IINA and directed by Oubeyd Ayari, a young Tunisian film director in charge of student's practical projects, “2084” is a science fiction short-movie that will soon be discovered during JCC's 26th Edition, a Tunisian Movie Festival (Carthage Cinema Days): a first projection will be on Friday 27th November at  9 :00 pm at ”4ème Art” movie theater of Tunis and a second projection on Saturday 28th November at 06:00pm at “Hamra” movie theater of Tunis. #Cinéma #Tunisie #Festival de Cannes