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Jordanian Premiere of The Guest: Aleppo-Istanbul Attracts a Wide Audience

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In Jordanian Theaters Starting September 20

Jordanian Premiere of The Guest: Aleppo-Istanbul Attracts a Wide Audience


Amid a massive attendance of fans, media reps an public figures, the premiere night of The Guest: Aleppo-Istanbul film by Turkish director AndaƧ Haznederoğlu took place at Prime Cinemas Abdali Mall last Tuesday. Headlined by Jordanian star Saba Mubarak, the film is slated to release in Jordanian theatres starting Thursday, September 20, in cooperation with the Arab Media Network. The film is set to release in more Arab countries soon.

The Guest: Aleppo-Istanbul will also be screened at Prime Cinemas Baraka Mall, Prime Cinemas Irbid City Center, Grand Cinemas City Mall, and Prime Cinemas Abdali Mall.

The Guest: Aleppo-Istanbul follows the journey of Lena and Meryem during their escape from the war in Syria. Lena is a ten-year-old girl who has lost her family in the war. She finds herself forced to make her way to Turkey with her baby sister and their neighbor Meryem, along with the other refugees. Lena wants to return home, while Meryem's hope is reach Europe.

Written and directed by Turkish director AndaƧ Haznederoğlu, The Guest: Aleppo-Istanbul stars Saba Mubarak and child Rawan Skeif, alongside a number of real Syrian refugees who are acting for the first time. The film is a co-production between the Turkish companies; AndaƧ Film Productions, Istanbul Digital (ID) and Istanbul Film Production (IFP); and the Jordanian company Pan East Media. The film project received financial support from the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism. MAD Solutions is handling the film's distribution in the Arab world.

Recently, The Guest: Aleppo-Istanbul closed the 8th Arab Film Festival-Amman. The film also took part in the Arab Film Festival in Korea and the Manarat Mediterranean Film Festival in Tunisia. The Guest: Aleppo-Istanbul won the Audience Award at the Antalya Film Festival in Turkey, where it had its world premiere, the Best Feature and Best Actress awardsat the Silk Road International Film Festival (SRIFF) in Ireland, as well as the Best Feature Film and Best Editing awards in the National Feature Films Competition of the International Bosphorus Film Festival. The film was screened at the European Film Market (EFM), held as part of the Berlin International Film Festival, the Arab Women Film Festival in Sweden and the LET'S CEE Film Festival in Vienna.
Amid a massive attendance of fans, media reps an public figures, the premiere night of The Guest: Aleppo-Istanbul film by Turkish director AndaƧ Haznederoğlu took place at Prime Cinemas Abdali Mall last Tuesday. Headlined by Jordanian star Saba Mubarak, the film is slated to release in Jordanian theatres starting Thursday, September 20, in cooperation with the Arab Media Network. The film is set to release in more Arab countries soon.

The Guest: Aleppo-Istanbul will also be screened at Prime Cinemas Baraka Mall, Prime Cinemas Irbid City Center, Grand Cinemas City Mall, and Prime Cinemas Abdali Mall.

The Guest: Aleppo-Istanbul follows the journey of Lena and Meryem during their escape from the war in Syria. Lena is a ten-year-old girl who has lost her family in the war. She finds herself forced to make her way to Turkey with her baby sister and their neighbor Meryem, along with the other refugees. Lena wants to return home, while Meryem's hope is reach Europe.

Written and directed by Turkish director AndaƧ Haznederoğlu, The Guest: Aleppo-Istanbul stars Saba Mubarak and child Rawan Skeif, alongside a number of real Syrian refugees who are acting for the first time. The film is a co-production between the Turkish companies; AndaƧ Film Productions, Istanbul Digital (ID) and Istanbul Film Production (IFP); and the Jordanian company Pan East Media. The film project received financial support from the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism. MAD Solutions is handling the film's distribution in the Arab world.

Recently, The Guest: Aleppo-Istanbul closed the 8th Arab Film Festival-Amman. The film also took part in the Arab Film Festival in Korea and the Manarat Mediterranean Film Festival in Tunisia. The Guest: Aleppo-Istanbul won the Audience Award at the Antalya Film Festival in Turkey, where it had its world premiere, the Best Feature and Best Actress awardsat the Silk Road International Film Festival (SRIFF) in Ireland, as well as the Best Feature Film and Best Editing awards in the National Feature Films Competition of the International Bosphorus Film Festival. The film was screened at the European Film Market (EFM), held as part of the Berlin International Film Festival, the Arab Women Film Festival in Sweden and the LET'S CEE Film Festival in Vienna.