Sunday , January 24 2021

Road Trip The film "Yomeddine" wins the Geneva Film Festival – Variety

"Yomeddine," a film about an Egyptian leper and an orphan who travels in search of a family, won the Reflet Award for Best Feature Film at Geneva Int. Saturday Film Festival. Drama Personalized, Egyptian-Austrian Director A.B. Shawky's award-winning debut at Cannes is Egypt's candidate for the Oscar in foreign languages.

The jury in the jury, led by Malay director Souleymane Cissé, made a special reference to Bi Gan's noir love story, "The Long Way of the Night Trip". The second edition of the director tries to return to his hometown in southwestern China.

"Autonomies," written and written by Yehonatan Indursky and Ori Elon and directed by Indursky, have received Reflet's for Best TV Shows. In the dramatic alternative drama, Israel divided into two states: Jerusalem is ultra-Orthodox, while Tel Aviv is a secular state. The action focuses on two children who were switched to birth.

Sagittarius from Aaron Bradbury received the Reflet work for VR. Gustaf Holtenäs "Rapin *" with Jenny Wilson music received the music video award and "The Enemy" received the SENSible Prize, which rewards a digital work "with remarkable humanist qualities." Oslo Zoo received the People's Choice Award for the best series of websites voted by festivals.

Earlier this week, Emmanuel Cuénod, the executive and artistic director of GIFF, presented the Film & Beyond Award – Peter Greenaway's Honorary Prize – for life and a career based on a constant dialogue between cinema, visual arts, and drawing. "

Kenneth Lonergan, Stephen Frears, Eva Husson, Julie Bertuccelli and Andréa Bescond, as well as actors Eric Métayer, Jacob Berger, Manal Issa, Marina Golovine, Kate Moran, Nicolas Maury and Steve Wall, were among the 250 guests.

The festival, which sought to increase youth participation and put emphasis on innovative digital work, attracted more than 32,000 festival participants. The fest was wrapped up with Naomi Kawase's vision projections and Rolf van Eijk's "Heart of Mind".

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