Amal, a 13-year-old girl, is plunged into fear and terror for 28 days after experiencing her first menstrual cycle due to a poor explanation from her mother. Convinced that simply hugging her neighbor could make her pregnant.
universty abdelmalek essaidiProducer
douae machkourKey Cast
ibtissam fartasKey Cast
anass aghbalouKey Cast
Project Type:Short, Student
Completion Date:August 20, 2023
Production Budget:500 USD
Country of Origin:Morocco
Country of Filming:Morocco
Student Project:Yes - university abdelmalik essaidi
J'ai commencé dans le domaine artistique il y a cinq ans, où j'ai participé à plusieurs spectacles. J'ai animée des atelier de theatre dans plusieurs écoles
DIPLÔME DE FORMATION EN THEATRE PROFESSIONNEL
ATTESTATION DE SUIVI LES COURS DE THEATRE
FORMATION SUR LE THÉÂTRE D'OPPRIMÉ
FORMATION SUR LA RÉALISATION DE FILM DOCUMENTAIRE
MASTERCLASS DE L'ÉCRITURE THÉÂTRALE
MASTERCLASS DE LA SCENOGRAPHIE THEATRALE
Baccalauréat en science de la vie et de la terre
Licence d'Etude Fondamentale en droit privé
Diplome Technicien Comptable des Entreprises
PARTICIPATION AU SPECTACLE "SOUK AL HAYAT"
PARTICIPATION AU SPECTACLE IKHTIAR
ANIMATION DES ATELIERS DU THEATRE
PARTICIPATION AU MOBILE FILM FESTIVAL
PARTICIPATION AU LEAGUE NATIONAL D'IMPROVISATION THEATRALE 2ème édition
ANIMATION DES ATELIERS DU THÉÂTRE
PARTICIPATION AU SPECTACLE "AL MAHGOURA
PARTICIPATION AU SPECTACLE MASSER
ANIMATION DES ATELIERS DU PIENTURE
PARTICIPATION AU LEAGUE NATIONAL D'IMPROVISATION THEATRALE 3ème édition
PARTICIPATION AU SPECTACLE LKHBAR FLMESRAH
PARTICIPATION AU SPECTACLE MACHIHNA
MEILLEUR IMPROVISATRICE MAROCAINE 2021
RÉALISATION DU COURT METRAGE JUST ME AND MY MIRROR
RÉALISATION DU COURT MÉTRAGE 28 JOUR
"28 Days" emerges as an emotional symphony that envelops the viewer in the intricacies of Amal's inner experience, a young girl on a quest for understanding and acceptance. Our cinematic approach aims to transcend mere storytelling, immersing the audience in a sensory experience, thus sharing the raw emotions and turmoil of our protagonist.
The choice of the handheld camera serves as an extension of Amal's gaze, allowing the audience to live each moment with an almost palpable closeness, emphasizing the moment's instability. Close-up shots capture fleeting expressions on Amal's face, every quiver, every hesitation, while wide shots convey the loneliness and isolation felt. Camera movements follow Amal's emotional fluctuations, creating a visual rhythm that dances in harmony with the beats of her heart.
The use of artistic blur becomes a distinct visual language. In Amal's moments of confusion and terror, the subtle blur that encroaches on the edges of the frame expresses her muddled thoughts and intense emotions. This blur visually conveys the state of uncertainty in which she finds herself, merging the boundaries of her inner world with the external one.
The film's poetics also evolve through the symbiosis of sound and visuals. Dance becomes a metaphor for Amal's life, with moments of grace juxtaposed with emotional discord. The music, blending harmonies and dissonances, accompanies this duality. Silences resonate, allowing the viewer to enter Amal's silent thoughts while creating an empathetic connection.
In essence, "28 Days" does not limit itself to delivering a message but strives to create a profoundly poetic sensory experience. Through bold cinematic choices, such as the camera's proximity, the subtle play of focus, and the harmonious union of visual and auditory elements, the film aspires to evoke an emotional resonance that transcends words, leaving a lasting imprint on the viewer's heart.