The Malmö Arab Film Festival has unveiled the film screening of its twelfth session, which will take place in the Swedish city from May 4-9.
The announced project includes 56 films (31 feature films and 25 short films), produced by 14 different Arab countries, and is divided into production partnerships with 10 Western countries, so the official competition for films will include 12 films and a long documentary competition. 8 films, film competition This short film has 25 films, four films in the Arabian Nights show, four films in the special screening titled “Worth Movies to Watch”, two films in the school show, two films in the gala shows for opening and closing.
Commenting on the selections, Mohamed Kablawi, Founder and Chairman of the Festival, said: “We are proud of this busy event that brings to Malmo audiences everything new and unique in Arab cinema, and we are delighted that the Festival is finally taking place. Return to re-establish after two sessions that the epidemic had a major impact on their appearance, so here Malm திரும்ப returns to an annual meeting where Arab filmmakers meet their counterparts from Sweden and the Nordic countries, which is unique. A window for cooperation between the two sides.
The festival begins with the film “Daughters of Abd al-Rahman” by Jordanian director Zaid Abu Hamdan and ends with the screening of “The Title Holder” by Egyptian director Hisham Fati.
The films for the Special Film Competition are as follows:
Atyaf – Directed by Mehdi Hamili (Tunisia, Luxembourg, France)
Abu Saddam – Directed by Nadine Khan (Egypt)
Among the Waves – Directed by El Hadi Aulad Moganad (Morocco, France)
Crazy – Directed by Mann bin Abdulrahman and Yasser bin Abdulrahman (Saudi Arabia, USA)
Al-Hara – Directed by Basil Kandoor (Jordan, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Qatar)
South – Directed by Ayden Amin (Egypt, Tunisia, Germany)
Sola – Directed by Salah Essad (Algeria, France, Saudi Arabia, Qatar)
Al-Gharib – Directed by Amir Fakr El-Din (Syria, Germany, Palestine, Qatar)
Farha – Directed by Darren Salam (Jordan, Sweden, Saudi Arabia)
Story – Directed by Anis Al Aswat (Tunisia)
Kel Shi Mako – Directed by Mason Bacha G (Iraq, UK, France, Germany, Kuwait, UAE, Qatar)
Costa Brava – Directed by Monia Ackle (Lebanon, France, Spain, Norway, Denmark, Sweden)
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