Celebrities News: Recently “Palestinian Filmmaker Elia Suleiman Named Jury President of Antalya Film Festival 2017” which is really a good decision. Suleiman filled in as a jury part at Cannes Film Festival in 2006, and was jury president at the “Abu Dhabi Film Festival in 2010”, the Deauville Asian Film Festival in 2012, and the Rotterdam Film Festival in 2014.He has been given tributes at the MoMA in New York and different occasions including Istanbul Film Festival, and Lisbon and “Estoril Film Festival” in Portugal. He was the beneficiary of the 1992 Rockefeller Award and the 2008 Prince Claus Award. In 2009, he was named the Variety magazine Middle East movie producer of the year at the Abu Dhabi Film Festival, where he was granted the Black Pearl Award for The Time That Remains.
Elia Suleiman Named Jury President of Antalya Film Festival
Suleiman’s introduction highlight film, Chronicle of a Disappearance, won the principal film prize at the 1996 Venice Film Festival. In 2002, Divine Intervention won the jury prize and the Fipresci Intl. Commentators Prize of the Cannes Film Festival, and also the best outside film prize at the European Film Awards in Rome. In 2007, he was picked as one of the 35 chiefs of “To Each His Own Cinema,” an aggregate film for the Cannes Film Festival’s 60th commemoration. His last component film, “The Time That Remains,” was in the official rivalry at the Cannes Film Festival in 2009. In 2012, he finished a short film titled “Journal of a Beginner,” some portion of an aggregate element titled “7 Days in Havana.” The film was in the official determination of Cannes’ Un Certain Regard.