Directed by Saudi filmmaker Sara Mesfer, the film is scheduled to be screened at the festival which will kick off from December 2 to 10.
Saudi film The Girls Who Burned The Night is set for a world premiere as part of the Cinema for Tomorrow competition at the 42nd edition of Cairo International Film Festival. The film is in Arabic language.
The Girls Who Burned The Night, directed by Saudi filmmaker Sara Mesfer, is scheduled to be screened at the festival which will kick off from December 2 to 10.
The 24-minute film follows Salsabil, a teenage girl who asks her mom to go shopping while preparing for an engagement party. She is turned down, leading the day to go in an unexpected direction.
The movie stops at specific stations at the heart of this long day, during which we watch the characters evolve from boredom to a boiling state that leads to the night’s fire.