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 ‘Behind the Mountains’,’4 Daughters’ and “It’s A Small World” at Malmo Arab Film Festival.

“Behind The Mountains” by Mohamed Ben Attia and “4 Daughters” by Kaouther ben hania partake in the official Feature Film competition at Malmo Arab Film Festival. In the category of Short Films, “It’s A Small World” by Bilel Bali got selected as well.

The festival is scheduled to take place between April 22nd and 28th for its 14th edition.

The program for the official competitions includes 26 films,12 feature films and 14 short films, produced by 13 Arab countries in collaboration with production partners from 10 foreign countries.

The full list : 

Feature Film Competition

Goodbye Julia – directed by Mohamed Kordofani

The Burdened – directed by Amr Gamal

Behind The Mountains – directed by Mohamed Ben Attia

Inshallah A Boy – directed by Amjad Al Rasheed
Night Courier (Mandoob) – directed by Ali Kalthami
The Teacher – directed by Farah Nabulsi 

A Nose And Three Eyes – directed by Amir Ramses

Messi of Baghdad – directed by Sahim Omar Khalifa 

The Mother Of All Lies – directed by Asmae El Moudir
Four Daughters – directed by Kouthar Ben Hania 

Under the Sky of Damascus – directed by Heba Khalid, Talal Derki, Ali Wajih

Bye Bye Tiberias – directed by Lina Soualem 

Short Film Competition:

I Promise You Paradise – directed by Morad Mostafaa
It’s a Small World – directed by Bilal Bali
Antidote – directed by Hassan Saeed
Farewell – directed by Ibrahem Melhem
‏The Post Reader – directed by ‏Thualfiqar al Muttairi
The Battle – directed by Eman Alsayed
I Come from the Sea – directed by Feyrouz Serhal
Let Us Play Yesterday – directed by Menna Ekram
Somewhere In Between – directed by Dahlia Nemlich
Wishes For My Heart – directed by Sherien Magdy Diab
Saleeg – directed by Afnan Bauyan
Transit – directed by Baqer Al-Rubaie
The Red Sea Makes Me Wanna Cry – directed by Faris Aljoob
Ladies Coffee – directed by Amal Al-Agroobi