That night

a film by Safia Kessas



Kenza Isnasni tells us about the racist murder of her parents 20 years ago in Schaerbeek. The resonance of this terrible affair, which plunged the history of Moroccan immigration in Belgium into mourning, is very much in line with current events. This film is also a message of hope that recounts Kenza's fight to have the street where the tragedy took place renamed after her parents Habiba and Ahmed Isnasni, so as not to forget.


Avant-première : 31 mai 2022
Diffusion TV : 6 juin 2022


Director : Safia Kessas
1st Assistant : Marion Minery-Lemoine
Chief Operator : Agathe Corniquet Camille Sultan Patrice Michaux Maxime Jennes
Sound Engineer : Sarah Gouret Lancelot Hervé-Mignucci Julien Tosar Anton Demesmaeker Sebastien Noël
Picture Editing : John Pirard
Sound Editing : Pierre Dozin
Mixing : Aline Gavrois
Calibration : Milena Trivier
Subtitles : Guillaume Nolevaux
Mastering and copies : Guillaume Nolevaux
Original Music : Yane Ouchene
Drone Images : The Fly Events


Produced by Iota Production, Thank you and good night Productions, RTBF & Shelterprod
With the participation of the Brussels-Capital Region, the Habiba Ahmed Foundation and the municipality of Schaerbeek,
Produced with the help of the Cinema and Audiovisual Center of the Wallonia-Brussels Federation,
with the support of, ING and the Tax shelter of the Federal Government of Belgium.

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