Tanit d'or

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The Tanit d'or is the grand prize of the Carthage Film Festival, hosted biennially in Tunisia. The award is named for the lunar goddess of ancient Carthage and takes the shape of her symbol, a triangle surmounted by a horizontal line and a circle.

Previous winners of the Tanit d'or include:


References[edit]

  1. ^ Armes, Roy (2000). Dictionary of African Filmmakers. Indiana University Press. p. 397. 
  2. ^ IMDb, awards

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