"Brotherhood" by Meryem Joobeur wins Special Jury Mention at Clermond-Ferrand Short Film Festival 2019
12/02/2019 11:08, TUNIS/Tunisia

(TAP) - In the running among a list of 78 films selected for the international competition, the Tunisian short film "Brotherhood" by Meryem Joobeur (Golden Tanit for fictional short film at the JCC 2018) has just won the Special Jury Mention along "Desecho" (waste) of Julio Ramos (Peru, United States) at the 41st edition of the Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival (February 1-9, France).

In the film Brotherhood, “Mohamed is a hardened shepherd living in rural Tunisia with his wife and two sons. He is deeply shaken when his oldest son Malik returns home after a long journey with a mysterious new wife. Tensions between father and son rise over three days until breaking point.”

The Grand Prix of the festival was awarded to Romanian film "Cadoul de Craciun" (Christmas Gift) by Bodgan Muresanu.

The Clermond Ferrand short film festival, which brings together professionals from all over the world and enthusiasts every year, is an opportunity to review the state of the art, discover the best of international short films, discover the great filmmakers of tomorrow, provide professional meetings and allow a better diffusion of a free and independent cinema.

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