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Mohammed Diab wins Best Director for “Clash”, “In the Last Days of the City” wins Best Film, and Heba Ali wins Best Actress for role in “Withered Green”
Director Mohamed Diab’s feature film Clash won the Best Feature Film Award at the 33rd Festival International de Cinéma Vues d’Afrique in Montreal, where it was competing in the Fictions Internationales Section. Earlier this month, the film won the main award of the Cinepolitica International Film Festival in Romania, which is dedicated to films with …
Almost a year from the moment it was screened for the first time at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival, “Eshtebak” (Clash) still receives awards from its participation in international film festivals. The film won the main award of the Cinepolitica International Film Festival in Romania. The festival is dedicated to films with predominantly political themes, …
Following the success it achieved at every international film festival it participated in since its premiere screening at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival, Mohammed Diab’s Eshtebak (Clash) received two more awards at the International Film Festival of Kerala (IFFK) in its 21st edition. The film was awarded the Suvarna Chakoram Award, as well as the …
Completing the series of awards it received from its first screening at this year’s prestigious Cannes Film Festival, Eshtebak (Clash) received four awards at the Carthage Film Festival in its 27th round. By winning the Bronze Tanit (the second prize in the Official Feature Film Competition), Best Photography, Best Editing, in addition to the African …
Following the massive success it achieved internationally, the film Eshtebak (Clash) was selected to compete at The 60th BFI London Film Festival. The film will represent Egypt in the category for the Best Foreign-Language Film. The festival will take place from 5-16 October. This comes one week after Eshtebak was selected to represent Egypt at …
Presenting intellectual and creative challenges, the movie tries to prove that all sides are simply human
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