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" Goodbye Julia"

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Arts & Culture - Screens
11/30/2023 11:11:55 AM
Topping the already impressive number of awards, November proved particularly successful for Sudanese filmmaker Mohamed Kordofani's film Goodbye Julia. The film scooped 10 awards at the festivals in Nicosia (Cyprus), Tarragona (Spain), Leeds (UK), Belfast (Ireland), among others.

Arts & Culture - Screens
11/7/2023 6:25:06 PM
Mohamed Kordofani's Goodbye Julia scooped Best Director in a Debut Feature Film and Best Leading Actress awards during the 18th Cyprus International Film Festival (1-5 November) in the Cypriot capital of Nicosia.

Arts & Culture - Music
11/7/2023 5:46:37 PM
Ahram Online highlights a selection of do-not-miss events from 8 to 14 November in Cairo and Alexandria.

Arts & Culture - Screens
10/27/2023 5:52:46 PM
Mohamed Kordofani's award-winning film Goodbye Julia has been released across almost 20 cinemas in Egypt.

Arts & Culture - Screens
9/29/2023 6:50:32 PM
The Sudanese film Goodbye Julia has been nominated to the Oscar's Foreign Language Film Award Committee, which will select films to compete in the 96th Academy Awards (2024).

Arts & Culture - Screens
5/27/2023 5:42:43 PM
Ayyur (Moon), a short film by Moroccan Zineb Wakrim, won the third prize of the 2023 La Cinef held as part of the ongoing 76th Cannes Film Festival.

Arts & Culture - Screens
5/21/2023 6:59:50 PM
Goodbye Julia, the first Sudanese film at the Cannes Film Festival, premiered on Saturday and was warmly received by viewers who gave it a standing ovation.

Arts & Culture - Screens
5/14/2023 5:20:39 PM
El-Gouna Film Festival (GFF) will host the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) premiere of Goodbye Julia, the first Sudanese film to be screened at the Cannes International Film Festival.

Arts & Culture - Screens
5/12/2023 3:06:45 PM
The trailer for Goodbye Julia, the first Sudanese film to be screened at the Cannes Film Festival, has been released by its producers.

Arts & Culture - Screens
4/14/2023 4:21:00 PM
Mohamed Kordofani's debut feature film, Goodbye Julia, is set to have its world premiere at the Cannes International Film Festival's Un Certain Regard section.