Nejib Belkadhistarred in cinema and theatre productions as well as television series including Habiba M’sika (1995), a film by Selma Baccar, L’École des femmes (1995), directed by Mohamed Kouka and Khottab al-Bab (1996–98), a TV series by Slah Essid. While working at Canal+ Horizons in 1998 he conceived, produced and co-presented the show Chams Alik (1999 to 2001) and subsequently co-founded alternative independent production company Propaganda Production with Imed Marzouk in 2002.

He produced and directed the fake reality show Dima Labess for the Tunisian TV channel Canal 21 in 2003 and made his first film, a short called Pic in 2005. The film he presented at Past of the Coming Days was his first feature documentary, VHS-Kahloucha, screened to great acclaim at international film festivals including Cannes (2006), Philadelphia (2007), Sundance l (2007) and Dubai (2007).

Néjib Belkadhi was born in Tunis in 1972 and studied management and marketing at the Institut des Hautes Études Commerciales in Carthage.

This person was part of Sharjah Biennial 9


Belkadhi, Néjib

VHS Kahloucha

VHS Kahloucha is Néjib Belkadhi’s first feature documentary film and a warm tribute to the singularity of amateur Tunisian filmmaker Monceh Kahloucha.