Head of the Delegation of the European Union to Lebanon Angelina Eichhorst, second left, with the winning filmmakers. (Photo courtesy of Metropolis Cinema Sofil)
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The 21st European Film Festival wrapped up Monday night at Metropolis Empire Sofil with an award ceremony for the Lebanese Students Best Short Films.The jury, composed of Amelie Depardon from the French Institute, Vesna Chamoun from the Goethe Institute, Elodie Morel, editor-in-chief of iloubnan, and Odette Makhlouf and Carine Khalaf from Metropolis Association, selected the winning entries from a total of 20 films, submitted by students from 10 audiovisual schools across the country.
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