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The 14th edition of the Dubai International Film Festival wound down Wednesday evening with films from Palestine and Syria taking Muhrs – DIFF's horse-themed trophies – for best fiction and nonfiction feature.Palestine's entry for the 2018 Oscars, Jacir's third feature took the Locarno Film Festival's Don Quixote Award earlier this year.A special jury prize was given to the multitasking Lebanese director Lucien Bourjeily (who also wrote, edited and co-produced) for his drama "Heaven Without People".A family drama also took DIFF's best director prize. The award for the best female actor in a feature film went to Menha El-Batroui.
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