Actress Madline Tabar will be part of the judging committee at the sixth annual Asfi Moroccan Film Festival from March 31 until April 5.
The festival features a variety of Moroccan and international films in the competition.
According to the London daily Elaph, Madline said that she is pleased to be part of the festival and it will add to her career. She began acting in the seventies and has performed in Egypt, Syria and Lebanon.
The festival includes films from France, Swaziland, Canada, Romania, Algeria, Tunisia, Egypt, Lebanon, Senegal, and Mali. This year’s festival marks the 50th anniversary of the first Moroccan film.
Egyptian actors Nabila Obeid and Hasan Husni, as well as Syrian actor Ayman Zidan and the French actor John Pierre McCoy expect to receive awards.