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Safia - My Love is Gone

A modern day Moroccan western, a precursor to a revenge story. The struggle between old and new worlds.

From Promo News: A combination of awesome locations, costume, cast and cinematography make this snippet of a much larger narrative irresistible to look at. 

The rich golden textures of the Moroccan desert, versus the harsh yet vibrant city scenes, make for a compelling contrast as we follow a man heading to the city to find work, only to discover that unrest out in the wilds of the desert lead to his entire life being torn apart.

As Bristol says, this is very much the first glimpse of a larger narrative, familiar to Western aficionados - but the Moroccan backdrop adds a dynamic aesthetic to the story that keeps it fresh.

promonews.tv/videos/2016/11/24/safia-my-love-gone-anthony-bristol

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Alexa Mini + Kowa Anamorphics
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Crew:

Director: Anthony Bristol
DoP: Ben Coughlan
Producer: Ghandi El-Chamaa
Gaffer: Daniel Goodall
Camera Assistant: Benn Walshe
Line Producer: Sana El Kilali
Fixer / Art Director: Aziz Rafiq
Asstistant Fixer: Khalid Smour
Production Coordinator: Nabila Samih
1st Assistant Director: Hamid Ait Timaghrit
Casting Director: Salah Benchegra
Production PA: Mariam Lee Abounouom
Focus Puller: Fouad Bourbouh
Make Up: Nazha Aouis
Costume: Hassan Taghriti
Driver: Khalid Bouifraden
VFX Lead: Denis Bodart
VFX Company: Feed Me Light
Colourist: Joseph Bicknell @ CHEAT