‘Inshallah A Boy’ wins Director's Debut Award at Camerimage Film Festival

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TORUN – On Saturday, Jordanian director Amjad Al-Rasheed's debut feature film, “Inshallah A Boy” secured the Director’s Debut Award at the Camerimage Film Festival. The festival, held in Poland, celebrated its tenth anniversary this year. اضافة اعلان

Inshallah A Boy” captivates audiences with its poignant narrative, depicting the challenges faced by Nawal, a recent widow striving to safeguard her daughter and home in a society where having a son carries profound significance.

This latest recognition at Camerimage, renowned for honoring cinematography through the coveted Director's Debut (Golden Frog) Award, further underscores Rasheed's directorial prowess and the film's remarkable contribution to the cinematic landscape.

The film has been selected by the Royal Film Commission of Jordan (RFC) to represent the nation in the 2024 Academy Awards for Best International Feature Film, marking a significant milestone in Jordanian cinema.

Directed by Rasheed and co-written with Delphine Agut and Rula Nasser, the film features a stellar cast including Mouna Hawa, Haitham Omari, Salwa Nakkara, Yumna Marwan, Mohammad Al-Jizawi, Islam Al-Awadi, and Celina Rabab'a.

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