The 10th edition of the Final Cut in Venice, organized by the prestigious La Biennale di Venezia, has selected 8 works in progress from numerous countries.
The workshop will consist of 3 days of activities (between September 3rd and 5th, 2022) on the Venice Lido during the 79th Venice Film Festival.
The Final Cut in Venice will also introduce the 8 selected films to producers, distributors, and film festival programmers to present opportunities for the selected works to access the film market.
Among the 8 selected work-in-progress, the Lebanese “Suspended” documentary will also be featured.
“Suspended” by Myriam El Hajj (Lebanon, France, Qatar) revolves around Lebanon’s years-long corruption. It is set in 2018 when activist Joumana Haddad ran as an independent candidate in the 2018 elections.