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by Fabrizio Maltese


Belgian director Joachim Lafosse, faced the most challenging shoot of his career when he decided to make The White Knights (2015), a humanitarian drama with big French stars shot entirely in Morocco. 50 Days in the Desert explores his challenges and unusual working methods over the course of a gruelling seven week shoot in the Sahara, offering an intimate, week-by‐week exploration of the always evolving — and occasionally backfiring — creative process of a film director at work on set. A film that offers the possibility to be as close as possible to the painful but also insightful and exciting birth of a large-scale feature without having to camp out in the Sahara for weeks.

international title: 50 Days in the Desert
original title: 50 Days in the Desert
country: Luxembourg
sales agent: Paul Thiltges Distributions
year: 2016
genre: documentary
directed by: Fabrizio Maltese
film run: 88'
screenplay: Fabrizio Maltese
cinematography by: Fabrizio Maltese
film editing: Amine Jaber
producer: Fabrizio Maltese
production: Joli Rideau Media
distributor: Paul Thiltges Distributions
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