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The Beirut International Film Festival wound down Thursday evening with a glittering award ceremony at the French Institute's Theatre Montaigne, and Lebanese filmmakers came out big.Christelle Younes, also Lebanese, won the Best Short prize for "Samir Sheikh el Shabeb".BIFF was founded as a festival with a juried competition centering on a contest among feature-length fiction films from the Middle East. The festival has not hosted this competition since the festival's 2011 edition, but has retained contests for documentary films and shorts.
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