Nothing is Forgiven – Rien n’est pardonné

by Guillaume Vandenberghe

Nothing is Forgiven - Rien n'est pardonné film poster
Runtime: 60′

Shot over five years, ‘Nothing is Forgiven’ tells the story of how Zineb El Rhazoui, a Moroccon activist and journalist, became a survivor of the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris. When the Arab Spring turns into the Islamist Autumn, Zineb decides to leave Morocco. Unable to find work and fearing for her safety, she moves to Paris. There she finds a new professional family at Charlie Hebdo. For the first time in her career, she can work in uncensored freedom amongst kindred souls. But then, on the 7th of January 2015, her newfound happiness is shot down.

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The film was followed by a panel discussion with:

  • Nicolas Vadot, Political Cartoonist for Le Vif/L’Express and L’Echo
  • Vincent Coen, Director of  Nothing is Forgiven – Rien n’est pardonné
  • Guillaume Vandenberghe, Director of Nothing is Forgiven – Rien n’est pardonné
  • Moderated by Christophe Verhellen, United Nations Regional Information Centre (UNRIC)

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