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The Eiffel Towers

North American Premiere

The Eiffel Towers

Ghita Skali

France, Morocco | 2013 | 12 min
French, Arabic |
Subtitles: English
This film is part of Fatima Zahra-Lakrissas Carte Blanche

At the end of 2013, an Eiffel Tower was installed on a roundabout in the city of Fes, Morocco. Later on, it was removed. This film tries to answer the following questions: how do objects become integrated into a society’s collective unconscious? How do individuals perceive these objects, which come from their former colonizer?
Director Ghita Skali
Sound Rémi Riault
Translation Léa Roch

In Partnership with

Centre culturel Marocain à Montréal


• Université Concordia - J.A. de Sève, LB-125, Pavillon J. W. McConnell
Saturday, march 18, 2023, 02:00 p.m. — 04:00 p.m.


Ghita Skali

Ghita Skali

Ghita Skali (born 1992 in Casablanca) is an artist based in Amsterdam. She studied in France, first at Villa Arson, Nice then at the post-graduate program of the Fine Arts School in Lyon. She was a De Ateliers (Amsterdam) participant between 2018 and 2020.

Biographical notes provided by the film production team
Other films:
Ambition for the Best (2020)
The Hole’s Journey (2020)
The disappearance of the Monkeys’ Rock (2018)
Texico at Mariouteya, Kabul at Ouarzazate (2017)
Palm Attacks: a few invasive species (2017)

In the same session