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‘Darkroom’ Wins Jerusalem’s Sam Spiegel Intl. Film Lab Top Prize


The Jerusalem film festival’s Sam Spiegel Intl. Film Lab jury, which this year is chaired by the Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg’s Kirsten Niehuus, has handed out its two prizes to a pair of socially and politically engaged projects, “Darkroom” and “The Death of Black Horses.”

“Aya, ” Mihak Brezis and Oded Binnun’s project based on the Oscar-nominated eponymous short (pictured above), won the Film Lab’s newly created post-production grant — valued at 25, 000 Euros — from Paris-based company Digital District. “Aya” is produced by Yael Abecassis…

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