3000 Nights by Palestinian filmmaker Mai Masri has won TaoEdu Young Prize at Taormina Film Festival in Italy. It's a newly introduced award dedicated to formative films for youth.
3000 Nights continues its commercial screening schedule in Lebanese theatres and will soon be released in France and Sweden as well. Set to expand for an even wider theatrical release across further Arab countries through MAD Solutions, the film will continue its commercial release schedule that began in Palestine, Jordan, Kuwait, Egypt, Iraq, and Tunisia.
3000 Nights won the Youth Jury Award at the International Film Festival and Forum for Human Rights, Switzerland, and the Audience Award at The Annonay International Film Festival in France. The film’s screening night was attended by more than 400 spectators, who gave an overwhelming standing-ovation that lasted for several minutes. More recently, the film won the Special Jury Award at Washington, DC International Film Festival (Filmfest DC).
3000 Nights stars Maisa Abdelhadi, Nadera Omran, Raida Adon, Rakeen Saad, Abeer Haddad, Anahid Fayad, Haifa Al Agha, Khitam Edelbi and Hana Chamoun. The film tells the story of a Palestinian school teacher who gives birth to her son in an Israeli prison where she fights to protect him, survive and maintain hope.