The Carthage Film Festival (Journées cinématographiques de Carthage, or JCC) is a film festival that takes place in Tunis.

Created in 1966, it is to date the oldest event of its kind still active in Africa. Initially biennial alternating with the Carthage Theatre Festival, it became annual in 2014. A directing committee chaired by the Tunisian Ministry of Culture joined together with professionals of the cinema industry is in charge of the organization.

The Carthage Film Festival has been designed as a film festival engaged in the cause of African and Arab countries and enhancing the South cinema in general.

The main prize awarded is the Golden Tanit named after the Phoenician goddess Tanit. Opening and closing ceremonies are held in the Municipal Theater of Tunis.

Est.: 1966
Country:  Tunisia
City: Carthage
Type: Regional
Web: www.jcctunisie.org