Syrian documentary “Jasmine” wins Grand Prix at Arab-African Documentary Festival, Morocco

Damascus, SANA-Syrian documentary “Jasmine” by Director al-Mohannad Kalthoum on Sunday evening won the Grand Prix at conclusion of the 7th edition of Arab-African International Documentary Festival in the Moroccan city of  Zagora.

The Festival was held under the title “Peoples’ Culture through Documentary Cinema” with the participation of more than 12 documentaries from Arab, African and foreign states.

The jury of the festival said that “Jasmine” film reflects the real suffering of Syrian children due to the war waged against their homeland, as it was able to create a notable effect through the direction and scenario and the sequence of stories told by those innocent children who still have hope to continue to live.

Jasmine Film has won more than 75 awards through its international and Arab participations as it has gained the admiration of juries and audience.

Ruaa al-Jazaeri


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