The Film's Fifth Participation in International Film Festivals
Director Mohammed Hammad's Film Withered Green is Taking Part in the 16th Mediterranean Film Festival of Brussels
A few days before its Arab world premiere at the Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF), director
Mohammed Hammad's film Withered Green is taking part in the 16th Mediterranean Film Festival of Brussels from 2 to 9 December. The film will be screened on Sunday, the 4th of December within the
Withered Green participated at the Locarno International Film Festival where it landed its world premiere, the Festival International du Film Francophone de Namur (FIFF), and the Stockholm International Film Festival. The film is currently is taking part in the Singapore International Film Festival.
Most recently, the Dubai International Film Festival has revealed that the film will be competing in the Long Muhr Competition at the festival that will take place from 7 to 14 December. The film will be screened on Friday, the 9th of December.
Withered Green tells the story of young Iman, a conservative religious person, who takes people's opinions of her into account and shows uptight restriction to all the withering social traditions. However, a shocking discovery prompts her to do away with all these withered traditions that she once clung to.
Written and directed by Mohammed Hammad, Withered Green is produced by Hammad, Kholoud Saad and Mohammed El Sharqawy in collaboration with producer Mohamed Hefzy (Film Clinic). MAD Solutions alongside Film Clinic-Indie Film Distribution (FCIFD) are handling the film distribution worldwide.
Mohammed Hammad is an Egyptian director with a number of short films in his repertoire. He wrote, produced, and directed the short film Central (2008). In 2010, he produced and directed the short film
Pale Red, which took part in many international festivals, receiving several awards.
Screening Times of Withered Green at the Mediterranean Film Festival of Brussels (GMT+1)
Sunday, 4 December at 07:30 pm in CinÃ©ma Aventure