Mai Masri's 3000 Nights Expands its Screenings in Tunisia
Four days ahead of its release in Tunisian theatres, Director Mai Masri's 3000 Nights expands its screenings to two new towns in Tunisia; to Hammamet starting today, Sunday 20th November and Menzel Bourguiba starting Monday, 21st November. This comes after its success at the Carthage Film Festival (JCC), where it won two awards and being Jordan's official submission to the 2017 Academy Awards.
Since its world premiere that has been held at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF),
3000 Nights has won 17 international awards so far, most recent of which was at the 27th Carthage Film Festival, where the film won the Bronze Tanit within the Feature Film Competition and the Screenplay Prize for a feature film within the Official Competition.
3000 Nights is a co-production between Jordan, Palestine, France, UAE, Qatar and Lebanon. MAD Solutions is in charge of the distribution of the film in the Arab world. 3000 Nights tells the story of a young Palestinian school teacher who gives birth to her son in an Israeli prison, where she fights to protect him, survive and maintain hope. The film stars Maisa Abdelhadi, Nadera Omran, Raida Adon, Rakeen Saad, Abeer Haddad, Anahid Fayad, Haifa Al Agha, Khitam Edelbi and Hana Chamoun.
Screening Times of 3000 Nights in Tunisia
Amilcar in El Manar; CinéMadart in Carthage; and Cinéma ABC in Tunis
Starting Sunday, 20th November at Cinéclub in Hammamet
Starting Monday, 21st November at Metropole Cinéma in Menzel Bourguiba