A scene from Chadi Aoun's animated short “Samt” (Silence), which won LFF's prize for Best Fiction film. Photo courtesy of LFF
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The curtain dropped on the 12th edition of the Lebanese Film Festival Friday with a screening of "Go Home," the feature film debut of Jihane Chouaib, starring Paris-based Iranian actress Golshifteh Farahani.The film was produced by Ne a Beyrouth, which founded this film festival and organized it with Bande a Part.LFF 2016 retained its competition, overseen by jury members Souraya Baghdadi, Zeina Daccache, Georges Khabbaz and Brad Saunders.Special Mention (shared): "Brothers of the Night," 88 min, Patric Chiha; "The Migrant Women," 20 min, Elie Jean Tahchi.
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