Lebanese sisters Michelle and Noel Keserwany have made waves within the movie business with their directorial debut, “Les Chenilles.”
The 30-minute quick movie tells the story of two younger girls who meet whereas working as waitresses in France and explores themes of friendship and feminine independence.
On the 73rd Berlin Movie Pageant, the Worldwide Brief Movie Jury acknowledged the Keserwany sisters’ excellent work by awarding them a “Golden Bear” award.
The movie’s stars, together with Noel Keserwany and Masa Zaher, attended the Berlinale premiere together with the administrators.
Michelle Keserwany, who co-wrote the script of the award-winning film “Capernaum” by Nadine Labaki, additionally made her directorial debut with “Les Chenilles.”
In an announcement, the jury praised the movie’s “fastidiously organized picture and sound,” which remodeled the means of ladies’s oppression into these of their liberation.
The movie was additionally chosen as Berlin Brief Movie Candidate for the European Brief Movie Awards.
Except for their success within the movie business, the Keserwany sisters have been producing exceptional songs reflecting the state of affairs and struggles in Lebanon with Zaffetleh el Tarik and Alf Leileh w Leil.
Their profession in writing and composing songs started by coincidence after Michelle’s Jagal El USEK received launched accidentally and rapidly grew to become an enormous hit.
Right here is the trailer:
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