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Saudi Arabia wins Best Film Award for Promising Cinema at Carthage Film Festival

At the 32nd Carthage Film Festival, the Saudi film “Who Burns the Night,” directed by Sarah Misfir, earned the Best Promising Film Award.

Sarah Mesfer wrote and directed the film “Who Burns the Night,” which stars Jana Qamary and Haya Merhebi and is produced by Jawaher Al-Amri with co-producers Raghad Bajia and Khaled Maait.

The Festival’s 32nd edition ended with a closing ceremony at the Opera Theater in Tunisia’s City of Culture, Chadli Kilibi.

The Golden Tanit for Documentary Short Films was awarded to the film “Shepherd” directed by Tiborough Adkins from South Africa.

I Silver Tanit went to Majid Al-film Rumaihi’s “The Sea Has Burned” and a Bronze Tanit went to Shaima Al-film Tamimi’s “Don’t Rest Too Much.”

The Lina Ben Mhenni Human Rights Prize went to Palestinian director Samaher Al-film Qadi’s “As I Want,” while the “TV5 Monde” award went to Palestinian director Abdullah Al-film Khatib’s “Little Palestine.”

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