Lebanese Short Film ‘There Must Be Something Wrong’ Won The À Première Vue Prize

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As part to support for young Mediterranean directors, the “À Première Vue” prize, promoted by COPEAM, ALBA, ESAC, ESAVM, and the Uninettuno University, launched a Prize for students in partnership with TV5Monde.

The “À Première Vue” prize has selected 5 short films made during the 2020-2021 academic year.

Among the films selected, “There Must Be Something Wrong” by Lebanese Karim Nasr won the first prize in the 1st edition of the award held at the Pavillon des Cinémas du Monde, as part of the Cannes film festival.

The short film by Nasr talks about an apocalyptic story on the problems experienced during the past two years of total isolation and “invasion” of computerized and virtual relations in the workplace.

In addition to the prize, the winner will participate in the FIDCampus residency, training, and international exchange week, organized by FIDMarseille in July 2022.

A selection of the works will also be available to the Italian public on the Rai Cinema Channel and in different countries, as other screenings will be scheduled.

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Lebanese Short Film 'There Must Be Something Wrong' Won The À Première Vue Prize

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