"The Last Queen" by Damien Onori won the Beirut Film Festival's Grand Prix Prize

The fourth version of the Beirut Film Festival, part of Beirut Film Week, was held on Sunday at Bristol's Beirut Hotel, a production platform which brought together about 40 experts and representatives from Lebanese and Arab.

Twenty projects took eleven films in the official forum of the forum, including 14 developed, seven ahead and eight projects outwith the competition.

The latest film, "The Last Queen", which was directed by Algerian Algerian Damien Onori and the result of Adila Ben Demard, won the $ 10,000 prize for the Film Beirut Festival. The film won the Filmophone Project award from major plans by Les Ateliers' Angers, and gives the film an opportunity to participate in Fèis Angie workshops.

In the number of projects developed, Sandra Madi was awarded a cash prize of $ 5,000 from Film Festival El Gouna as well as an invitation to take part in the Film El Gouna Festival.

The prize for a film project was $ 5,000, also presented by Arab Radio and Television (ART), presented by Lebanese "Cyril Arous".

The award was awarded to the Arab Cinema Center for the "Once in Tripoli – Albatradia" project by Libya Abdullah Al-Ghali director and Miftah Saeed representation. The prize is for the Venice Film Festival at the Venice Film Festival.

The Best Project Award was presented by the International Film Film (IDFA) for a project "Al Makhbil in Kubba", directed and produced by Tunisian Waleed Taya. The winner will be invited to compete.

In the section of projects that were taken, the award was made from Lucid Post to "Eye of the Architect" by director Lebanese Nadim Mashlawi and George Cook's fruit, while "A Long Breath" was directed by Remi Itani, the singer t Lebanianach and producer with Dima El Gendy, New Mixage Audio StudiosDb.

On the other hand, Samham won the Berlin Film-Artists Artist Award for the Lebanese film project at the cinema campaign withbanban and Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg.

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