#Vision_Int,.Feature film Soula by director Salah Issaad shall land its world premiere at the Red Sea Competition of the Red Sea International Film Festival in its 1st edition (December 6th – 15th). Most recently, the film’s official poster was released.
#Vision_Int, Palestinian short film By the Sea by director Wisam Al Jafari shall land its world premiere at the Short Film Competition of the Red Sea Film Festival in its 1st edition (December 6th – 15th).
#Vision_Int,:Jordan selected Amira by director Mohamed Diab as its official entry for the International Feature Film category of the 94thAcademy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (Oscars).
#VISION_Int, Short film Space Woman, by Hadi Moussally, shall land its Arab world premiere at the Short Film Competition of the first edition of Red Sea International Film Festival (December 6th – 15th).
#VISION_Int, Moroccan film Life Suits Me Well by director Al Hadi Ulad-Mohand shall land its Arab world premiere at Red Sea International Film Festival’s Competition in its 1st edition (December 6th – 15th).
#Vision_Int, Cairo - Feature film Our River...Our Sky, by Maysoon Pachachi will land its Arab world premiere at the Horizons of Arab Cinema Competition of the 43rd Cairo International Film Festival (November 26th to December 5th).
#Vision_Int,M:Tunisian film Streams, by Mehdi Hmili, will land its Arab world premiere at the Horizons of Arab Cinema Competition of the 43rd Cairo International Film Festival (November 26th to December 5th). 222222222222222 The film recently landed its world premiere at the Locarno Festival in the Netherlands, where it competed at the Filmmakers of the Present (Concorso Cineasti del presente) competition. It then screened at Zurich Film Festival, Festival International du Film Francophone de Namur, Mostra de València – Cinema del Mediterrani, and the International Festival of Mediterranean Cinema in Montpellier (CINEMED). 2222222222222222 Amel is released from prison after an adulterous affair. In the lower depths of Tunis, Amel is searching for her missing son Moumen. During her journey, Amel faces a Tunisian society in full collapse. 2222222222 Written and directed by Mehdi Hmili, Streams stars Afef Ben Mahmoud, Iheb Bouyahia, Zaza, Sarah Hannachi and Slim Baccar and features music composer Amine Bouhafa. MAD Solutions handles the film’s distribution across the Arab world. 2222222222222 Streams is a joint production between Yol Film House (Tunisia), Tarantula (Luxembourg), MPM Film (France), Clandestino Production (Tunisia), in association with Allam Film (USA). It was developed in the prestigious Canadian workshop (Grand Nord) and received the screenplay Prize of the Institut Français, the CineGouna post-production prize, as well as grants from The Tunisian National Center of Cinema, The Film Fund Luxembourg, and The French National Center of Cinema. 22222222222222222 The Cairo International Film Festival is one of the oldest and most celebrated festivals in the Arab world and Africa. It is the only festival in the Arab and African region to be accorded category “A” status by the International Federation of Film Producers Associations in Paris (FIAPF). 55555555555555555 Mehdi Hmili is a Tunisian writer and filmmaker. He studied cinema in Tunisia before graduating from the Paris Film School. While in France, he directed his short trilogy about love and exile: “X-Moment” (2009), “Li-La” (2011) and “The Night of Badr” (2012). His first feature-length film, “Thala Mon Amour” (2016), was selected in worldwide film festivals like Torino Film Festival, Carthage Film Festival and won several prizes. His last production “Fouledh” was selected in La Fabrique Cinema at the 72nd Cannes Film Festival.
#VISION_INT., El Gozour Film Productionjust released the teaser trailer of romantic film Ritsa, which features a wide array of veteran and young stars. The film is slated to release soon at Egyptian theatres.
#VISION_INT.,Distributed by MAD Solutions, Amira, by Mohamed Diab, and Trapped, by Manal Khaled, shall join the 8th Palestine Cinema Days (November 3rd – 8th).
Slated to screen at the Fiction Films category, Amira is scheduled to have 5 screenings, while Trapped will have two screenings.