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‘Brighton 4th’ wins best film at Saudi’s first Red Sea International Film Festival

‘Brighton 4th’ wins best film at Saudi’s first Red Sea International Film Festival

Giuseppe Tornatore was jury president for the inaugural competition featuring 16 features.

Georgian director Levan Koguashvili’s Brighton 4th has won best film at the inaugural edition of Saudi Arabia’s Red Sea International Film Festival, unfolding in Jeddah from December 6-15.

It follows a raft of prizes for the New York-set father-son drama that world premiered at Tribeca where it won best international feature, actor and screenplay.

There were 16 features from the Middle East and Africa in the inaugural competition.

Italian director Giuseppe Tornatore presided over the main competition jury with Tunisian actress Hend Sabry, Palestinian-American director Cherien Dabis, Morelia

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