6 films supported by the Marrakech Festival's Atlas Workshops have this year been selected for the 74th Berlinale!

Fresh from the last edition of the Workshops, Meryam Joobeur's MÉ EL AÏN (Who Do I Belong To) runs in the official competition. Presented twice at the Atlas Workshops, DEMBA by Mamadou Dia makes its world premiere in the Encounters section. Off to the Berlinale Panorama, two documentaries make their debut: TONGO SAA (Rising Up at night) by Nelson Makengo and DIARIES FROM LEBANON by Myriam El Hajj (both selected at the Atlas Workshops in 2020). Inadelso Cossa's AS NOITES AINDA CHEIRAM A PÓLVORA (The Nights Still Smell of Gunpowder) is selected at the festival's Forum. The film was selected at the very first edition of the Atlas Workshops in 2018. Finally, Generation14plus sees Luck Razanajaona's DISCO AFRIKA: A MALAGASY STORY which participated in the Workshops in 2022 before being selected in competition at the 2023 Marrakech International Film Festival.

The Mother of All lies by Asmae El Moudir, winner of the Atlas Workshops Development Award in 2019 and the Post-Production Award in 2021, wins the Directing Prize at the Un certain regard section of the Cannes Film Festival.

Hounds by Kamal Lazraq, winner of the ArteKino International Prize in 2019, wins the Jury Prize at the Un certain regard section of the Cannes Film Festival.