Amine Bouhafa is a French-Tunisian composer of film music. He began to play piano when he was seven and to compose his first film music when he was fifteen years old. It ‘s not the first time that Amine Bouhafa appears in the official Cannes competition because in 2014, he worked with Abderrahmane Sissako, a Mauritian director for the film Timbuktu. If this film didn’t receive the Palme d’Or, it was rewarded by the César 2015 for the best original music.
LES FILLES D'OLFA (official competition)
This film is based on a true story. Olfa’s two oldest daughters ran away to join the islamic state in Libya and she tried to fight to have her daughters extradited and tried in Tunisia.