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Best film of the month in independent shorts awards Los Angeles 2022, Platinum award in independent shorts awards in Los Angeles 2022, Best foreign film in Cannes world film festival 2022, Best short film in Golden Wheat awards in Turkey 2022, Best cinematography in Golden Wheat awards in Turkey 2022
Rym and Majd are siblings who live in their old village’s house after both their parents abandoned them 8 years ago. Majd has been paralyzed for many years and in order to sustain their lives, Rym sells milk to the village. Conflicts between the siblings reach a point where Rym kills her brother's only companion, only to realize that Majd carries an anger inside of him way beyond Rym's imagination.
Chris Akoury is a Lebanese freelance filmmaker and cinematographer. As a cinephile, he has been strongly influenced by the genius Andrei Tarkovsky and has been captivated since the age of 8 by the magical world of the seventh art. He has worked as a cinematographer and filmed more than 15 short films, 2 medium length films and he is currently working on his feature film. His directorial background is purely grounded by the European cinema and its approach. He is motivated by the human condition and the questioning of reality and existence.
The Mission is a thriller that tells the story of Rommel, who tries to steal a grocery store, but fails. Trying to escape and hide in a house, Rommel finds himself in the house of a terrorist cell; where he faces two options: death or jihad. Rommel is placed among a group of dangers that threaten his life. He constantly tries to hide his Christian faith from the terrorists and to preserve his life and that of civilians from a deadly terrorist operation.
Mohammad Khalil Al-Dabbas: A 22-year-old film director from the city of Salt in Jordan. He started his journey in the field of art by acting in films, series and advertisements until he chose the profession in which he currently works. Mohamed's work in films is not limited to directing, he is a screenwriter, producer, music maker and editor.
Bantustan is an experimental exploration of the daily pressure experienced by the Palestinians because of the apartheid wall, and the Zoinist military checkpoints, and barriers.
Mohammad Mansour, lives in Jenin city, Palestine. He is a filmmaker and a freelancer photographer. Mansour studied film production at Dar Al-Kalima University College in Bethlehem and specialized in the field of cinematography. He directed and shot an experimental, fic
A short film carrying the Lebanese identity in both direct and indirect ways. The film sheds light on the Mawwal (Traditional Songs) and the relationship between the Lebanese citizen and his land. This relationship will be presented through Nader's story, a young man in his twenties, and Abu Melhem Al-Turathi, in his late sixties. The events between them take us and show us the difference between the old generation and the new generation
Mahdi Mousawi is a rising Lebanese film director. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in “Radio & TV” and a Master’s degree in “Cinema Directing”. He aims to establish a Lebanese film school in the distant future, or at least a Lebanese cinema characterized by its own image and language.
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