Cairo Int'l Film Festival reveals films competing in Arab Critics Awards for European Film

Wednesday 27 Oct 2021

Operating on the sidelines of the Cairo International Film Festival, the European Film Promotion (EFP) and the Arab Cinema Center have announced the list of European films competing in the third edition of the Arab Critics Awards for European Film.

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The films in alphabetical order:

107 Mothers by Péter Kerekes (Slovakia)

After the Winter by Ivan Bakrac (Montenegro)

Ali and Ava by Clio Barnard (UK)

As Far as I Can Walk by Stefan Arsenijevic (Serbia)

Blue Moon by Alina Grigore (Romania)

Hinterland by Stefan Ruzowitzky (Austria)

Hive by Blerta Basholli (Kosovo)

I'm Your Man by Maria Schrader (Germany)

Kill It and Leave This Town by Mariusz Wilczynski (Poland)

Inventory  by Darko Sinko (Slovenia)

Lamb by Valdimar Jóhannsson (Iceland)

Libertad by Clara Roquet (Spain)

Moon 66 Questions by Jacqueline Lentzou (Greece)

My Sunny Maad by Michaela Pavlátová (Czech Republic)

Natural Light by Dénes Nagy (Hungary)

Neighbours by Mano Khalil (Switzerland)

Patchwork by Petros Charalambous (Cyprus)

Sisterhood by Dina Duma (North Macedonia)

The Gravedigger's Wife by Khadar Ahmed (Finland)

The Last Ones by Veiko Õunpuu (Estonia)

The Most beautiful Boy in the World by Kristina Lindström and Kristian Petri (Sweden)

The Pilgrims by Laurynas Bareisa (Lithuania)

The Staffroom by Sonja Tarokic (Croatia)

The White Fortress by Igor Drljaca (Bosnia and Herzegovina)

The Year Before the War by Davis Simanis Jr. (Latvia)

Three Minutes - A Lengthening by Bianca Stigter (The Netherlands)

In its 3rd edition of the Arab Critics Awards for European Film, 71 distinguished critics from 15 Arab countries will participate in the Cairo Festival.

Critics who most recently joined the jury pool include, in alphabetical order, Ahmed Abu Al-Fadl (Egypt), Amgad Gamal (Egypt), Omnia Adel (Egypt), Dalia Mostafa (Egypt), Samia Ayesh (Palestine), Salim Al-Beik ( Palestine), Samira Dami (Tunisia), Sherif Thabet (Egypt), Shaima Selim (Egypt), Ezzedine Al-Wafi (Morocco), Lama Tayara (Syria), Marwa Abu Aish (Egypt), Hoda Jaafar (Yemen).

Boasting only one award, Best Film, the winner of the Arab Critics Awards for European Film will be revealed in an award ceremony held at the Cairo International Film Festival.

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