Morocco became a state in Africa now leads the cinema use of technology for the blind. Form of voice will sound throughout the film to accompany the audience gets the full experience at the cinema. ”We are the only countries in Africa and the Arab world that offers this opportunity in the blind,” said Nadia el-Hansali of the Marrakesh International Film Festival Foundation.
The Foundation is the organizer of the annual film festival and also presents films that have been processed with audio that explains the way the scene for a group with vision problems over the last two years. The foundation is also a source of funds used to process the adoption of transfer film on the film for the blind.
Now there are only eight films imbued audio description, including L’Atlante (1934), The African Queen (1951) and East of Eden (1955). In the next 18 months, scheduled six other films will also be adapted. ”The idea was great,” said Aziz Bouallouchen, a blind from Marrakesh. ”I’ve been sidelined since suffering a movie which was then robbed of vision.”
Wearing headphones connected to a small receiver that is in the cradle arm of his chair, listening to a voice Bouallouchen led him to follow the story scene by scene, ostentatious style of the actors, the scene in the film’s plot as well as ”moments of change of scene” which is often very means for understanding a film.”Now I can feel the world cinema again,” he added cheerfully.