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Erige Sehiri

Erige Sehiri

Born in France in 1982, Tunisian filmmaker and freelance journalist Erige Sehiri left for Canada at the age of 19 to study business.

However, Sehiri focused on documentary making, and as soon as she returned to France, she began directing and writing a number of documentaries which she sold to local TV stations.

She is best known for her short documentary, “My Father’s Facebook,” which shows how the Tunisian revolution changed her father and made him addicted to social media.

This film was part of a collective feature-length documentary, “Family Albums,” which gathered narratives by four Arab filmmakers, set in four different cities, addressing the issue of identity.

Born in France in 1982, Tunisian filmmaker and freelance journalist Erige Sehiri left for Canada at the age of 19 to study business.

However, Sehiri focused on documentary making, and as soon as she returned to France, she began directing and writing a number of documentaries which she sold to local TV stations.

She is best known for her short documentary, “My Father’s Facebook,” which shows how the Tunisian revolution changed her father and made him addicted to social media.

This film was part of a collective feature-length documentary, “Family Albums,” which gathered narratives by four Arab filmmakers, set in four different cities, addressing the issue of identity.