Notice to moviegoers: it’s time to broaden your horizons. YEMA, the first VOD platform dedicated to cinema from the Maghreb-East is already available. His goal ? Highlight productions from North African and Middle Eastern countries by making them accessible. Each month, in addition to a rich and eclectic catalog, YEMA highlights a universal theme and a selection of films being associated. The video interview of a personality, specialist in the subject, then comes to accompany the Net surfers in the discovery of these productions. One of the first topics approached relates to the female conditions. In an interview, Leïla Slimani, Franco-Moroccan writer and 2016 Goncourt Prize winner, takes the floor to shed light on this subject, explored in the films Much Loved (Nabil Ayouch), Papicha, (Mounia Meddour), Mustang (Deniz Gamze Ergüven), or again Le Procès by Viviane Amsalem (Ronit and Shlomi Elkabetz). Algerian cinema is also honored on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of Algeria’s independence. Several personalities such as the director Sofia Djama (The Blessed), the directors Zak Kedzi (Chroniques Algériennes) and Azedine Kasri (Timoura) or the historian Benjamin Stora thus take the floor to share their view of the Algerian cinema of yesterday and today. today in several videos available for free online.