THE LE MAROC DOCUMENTARY PREVIEWS IN PARLIAMENT. The documentary film by Trentino director Lia Beltrami presented this afternoon in Montecitorio, within the Meeting of the Mediterranean Assembly Culture Commission.
Rome, Montecitorio palace. This afternoon the documentary film Le Maroc: crossing of cultures and religions was screened, in the presence of the director Lia G. Beltrami and the ambassador of the Kingdom of Morocco, Hassan Abouyoub, of Monsignor Giampietro Dal Toso, secretary of the pontifical council Cor Unum , by Victor Magiar, Councilor for Culture of the Union of Italian Jewish Communities, and by Farid Lasri, of the International University of Rabat.
Lia Beltrami’s documentary, shot in Morocco last June, by an all-Trentino team: Andrea Morghen for the production, Alessio Osele for photography, Alberto Beltrami for the soundtrack.
“It is the third time that I see him and I see him through the eyes of the citizen of the world” (Hon. Khalid Chaouki)
Hon. Khalid Chaouki, organizer of the assembly, commented very positively on the documentary, indicating it as a “living story of what coexistence is.” While in his greeting the ambassador of the Kingdom of Morocco gives a “heartfelt tribute to Lia Beltrami and the confederation for having had this intuition.” And he commented: “It is the third time that I see him and I see him with the eyes of the citizen of world; we need these works to prove the obvious. “
Many institutional presences with the presence of more than 50 local administrators and professionals from the Mediterranean countries. Among the many, the deputy mayor of Tripoli, the mayor of Benghazi and Tunis and other cities that are experiencing dramatic moments in recent months.
Le Maroc with elegance presents a country with a strong spirit of coexistence where differences are valued and not fought.
In her speech to the assembly, the Trentino director Lia Beltrami stresses that “dialogue is the way we must take to build our tomorrow and for our children without sacrificing our dignity”. He continues thanking the organizers and the Moroccan ambassador. He then tells the assembly the first steps of the film, born several years ago in Morocco during a conference on the autonomy of the country. This is thanks to the meeting with a Moroccan rabbi and the commitment of Ali Elbakali, president of the Italian and Trentino-adopted Islamic conference.
In closing, Archbishop Dal Toso, secretary of the pontifical council Cor Unum, recalled the commitment of the Holy See in the Sahel, with projects that fight against desertification and that already practice inter-religious dialogue. He then mentioned the Pontiff’s declarations on the importance of the European Churches putting the Spirit at the center in the evolution of man.
A documentary film, Le Maroc, which elegantly presents a country with a strong spirit of coexistence where differences are valued and not fought. A film that today is the pride of the thousands of Moroccans living in Italy.
In fact, the journey of the film is only at the beginning, in addition to participation in festivals, its screening is also scheduled in the Kingdom of Morocco and in various Italian cities, in collaboration with the Italian Islamic Confederation, and will accompany the assembly’s work also in the next stages planned for spring.