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Ticket Giveaway for Oscar-Worthy Movies at Toronto Arab Film March Screening

LoveArabic is thrilled to be doing a movie tickets giveaway! We're collaborating with the good people of the Toronto Arab Film (TAF), and will be giving away two free tickets to one winner for this month's TAF Film Screening of two Oscar-worthy movies: AVE MARIA, Palestine's 2016 Oscar-nominated Best Live-Action Short Film and RAZZIA, Morocco's 2018 Oscar submission for Best Foreign Language Film. 

Want to win? It's as easy as filling the form below with your name and your email. That's it! You can also increase your chances of winning by liking our social media post about this ticket giveaway. Instructions are included in the form.

Want more movie tickets? No worries, you can buy them directly the Toronto Arab Film's Eventbrite page.

Find out more about films ...

AVE MARIA (15 mins)

Nominated for an Oscar in the Live-Action Short Film category in 2016.

The silent routine of 5 nuns living in the West Bank wilderness is disturbed when an Israeli settler family's car breaks down right outside the convent just as the Sabbath comes into effect.

“Ave Maria” is beautifully shot and charmingly funny. The film is full of hope, and the belief that deep down (sometimes really deep down) people are innately good.” - The Michigan Daily

Languages: Palestinian-Arabic dialect, Hebrew and English. Film is screened with English subtitles.

Directed by: Basil Khalil

 

RAZZIA (119 mins)

Morocco's Oscar submission for Best Foreign Language Film in 2018.

The streets of Casablanca provide the centrepiece for five separate narratives that all collide into one. [Note from Toronto Arab Film: This film contains MATURE content. Children are not allowed at the film screening.]

"During its best moments, the film is something like a Moroccan Magnolia, following five stories that gradually overlap and then lead to an explosive finale." - The Hollywood Reporter.

Languages: Moroccan-Arabic dialect, Berber and French. Film is screened with English subtitles.

Directed by: Nabil Ayouch


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