release date January 15 2023
Tala'vision wins Best Arab Film at 4th Cairo Shorts Film Festival
Setting a new precedent, the Cairo Shorts Film Festival’s management decided to have two opening films instead of one, both of which are distributed by MADWard Kayyal's HAMZA: CHASING THE GHOST CHASING ME and May Ziady’s LIGHT BLUE
The screenings were held in the presence of the films’ cast and crew and a number of A-list stars and critics.
In addition to the previously mentioned films, MAD Solutions sent off three more films from its distribution slate —  Mohamed Fawi's BUZZ, Murad Abu Eisheh's Tala'vision, and Said Zagha's LOVESICK IN THE WEST BANK — bumping the total up to five films competing in the Official Competition of the festival that is running from December 17th to the 22nd.
Furthermore, Murad Abu Eisheh's Tala'vision garnered the Best Arab Film Award, with its protagonist Aesha Balasem receiving a Special Mention for her role. 
“I want to thank the festival’s management for the invitation and the award. The film expresses Syria’s plight and its people’s suffering,” said Balasem upon receiving the award.
The films — which had full-house screenings — garnered widespread acclaim, receiving standing ovations and positive reviews from audiences and critics alike.
The screenings were held at the Artistic Creativity Center, Cinema Al-Hanager, and Al-Hadara Cinema at the Cairo Opera House free of charge.
The Cairo Shorts Film Festival is devoted to showcasing the best and brightest short films from Arab Filmmakers, advancing the careers of filmmakers through screenings, networking events, and various panels and forums. 
Previously, two of MAD Solutions' films won awards at the third Cairo Shorts Film Festival, those being Medhat Maged's 18/11 — which won the Best Egyptian Short Film Award — and Suzannah Mirghani's AL-SIT, which won the Best Arab Short Film Award.