Official Competition Feature Film

Official Competition Short Film

  • Golden tanit : Diaspora - Alaeddin Abou Taleb - Tunisia
  • Silver tanit : Mother Earth - Aliou Sow - Senegal
  • Bronz tanit : The Wave - Omar Belkacemi - Algeria

Official competition Debut Film

  • Golden tanit Tahar Chriaa : Fi rassi rond-point - Hassen Ferhani - Algeria
  • Jury award TV5 Monde : le prix est partagé entre
    As i open my eyes - Leyla Bouzid - Tunisia / France / Belgium
    Necktie youth - Sibs Shongwe - South Africa
  • Jury honour mention : Le puits - Lofti Bouchouchi - Algeria

Offical Competition Documentary

Carthage Ciné-Promesses

  • Golden tanit : The translator - Kayis Emre - Turkey
  • Jury award CNCI : Discipline - Christophe M. Saber - Egypt
  • Jury honour mention : Awake - Medina del Valle Marta - Spain

Parallel prizes 


  • International organization of La Francophonie (IOF) : 10 000 € Un assiégé comme moi de Hala Abdalla (Syria)
  • Assurance STAR 20 000 DT : Zaineb n'aime pas a neige de Kaouther Ben Hania (Tunisia)
  • National Centre for Cinema and Image (CNCI): 15 000 DT : Hedi de Mohamed Ben Attia (Tunisia)
  • SANAD : 10 000 € Egyptian Jeanne d'Arc de Iman Kamel (Egypt)
  • Arab League Educational Cultural and Scientific Organization (ALECSO) : 10 000 $ On the Fence de Nesrine El Zayat (Egypt)
  • European Union National Institutes for Culture (EUNIC) : 9 000 € Tounsa de Ridha Tlili (Tunisia)
  • French National Centre for Cinematography (CNC) : 10 000 € Un assiégé comme moi de Hala Abdalla (Syria)



Tanits of the Gold, Silver and Bronze are an award granted by the Grand Jury for the three best Arab and African films sections feature films, short films and documentaries.

Grand Jury

The Grand Jury also awards the Special Jury Prize, which distinguishes a film particularly appreciated and the Best Screenplay Award.

Prize Tahar Cheriaa

The Prize Tahar Cheriaa for a first work awarded by a Tanit d'Or for the best first film of an Arab or African director.

Golden Tanit

A Golden Tanit is awarded by the Jury Ciné Promesses for the best international film school made by a film school student.


CREDIF Prize is awarded by a jury professionals for the best female director of feature films in official selection.

Cinema made of creation and aesthetics, is a struggle, especially in the African continent and the Arab world. where conditions for filmmaking represent a challenge , especially for female directors .
For this new edition, the Carthage Film Festival is committed to take a step forward by distinguishing among multiple selected talents, the best female director of the official competition in all sections. This project, carried by the CREDIF and the UNESCO.
The award will bear the name of one of the first woman filmmaker in africa : SAFI FAYE

UGTT Prize

The UGTT Prize rewards the best technician for a feature film and the best technician for a short film.

When we take a look at the history of Tunisian cinema and its "celebrations," the technician seems to be prone to failure. For this reason and since 2011, associations and film structures have initiated a great deal of work to give to the Tunisian audiovisual technician its rightfull place and to guarantee, like any worker, a social coverage befitted to its working conditions. In this perspective, the UGTT ansd the Carthage Film Festival have introduced since 2012 the UGTT Prize for the best technician.
After Image, Editing and Sound in 2012 and 2014, the choice of the 2015 session will focus on tunisian set designers; a prize that will pay tribute to all Tunisian set designers, espacially to the lated Claude Bennys and Khaled Joulak. A prize will be awarded to the best tunisian feature film set that will be programmed during this Festival session. A jury, composed of a director, Ms. Kalthoum Bornaz, a chief designer, Mr. Taieb Jallouli and a cinematographer, Mr. Belagacem Jelliti, will be the prime coordinators for this award.


The International Federation of Film Critics (FIPRESCI, short for Fédération Internationale de la Presse Cinématographique) is an association of national organizations of professional film critics and film journalists from around the world for "the promotion and development of film culture and for the safeguarding of professional interests." It was founded in June 1930 in Brussels, Belgium.[1]At present it has members in more than 50 countries worldwide.