Lamia Chraibi is a producer and the founder of the production companies La Prod, based in Casablanca, and Moon a Deal Films, based in Paris. She develops fiction in its broadest sense by combining imagination and rigour without compromise or self-censorship. She works toward committed, free and independent cinema. Chraibi offers guidance in the creative processes of filmmakers Hicham Lasri, Narjiss Nejjjar, Ismael Ferroukhi, Mohcine Besri. She co-produced Oliver Laxe’s Mimosas, which won the Grand Prix of the Semaine de la Critique at the Festival de Cannes in 2016, as well as Bálint Kenyeres' Yesterday (Tegnap). She produced Talal Selhami’s Moroccan fantasy film Achoura, which took the Best Film Award at Hardline, and a Special Mention at the Sitges Film Festival. Her documentaries—Ziyara by Simone Bitton, which won the Grand Prix at Filmmaker Milan, and School of Hope by Mohamed El Aboudi, which won the Special Jury Prize at the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Film Festival and a Special Prize at the Tampere Film Festival—were very well received by critics. Chraibi also develops and produces various television projects.
Producer (LA PROD)