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PARADISE NOW

by Hany Abu-Assad

synopsis

Filmed exclusively in Palestinian territories, the film revolves around two young Palestinian men who have been friends since childhood. They are both recruited to carry out a suicide bombing in Tel Aviv. But the operation does not go according to plan and the two friends lose sight of each other. Separated from each other and left to their own devices, it’s up to them to face their destiny and stand up for their convictions.

international title: Paradise Now
original title: Paradise Now
country: Netherlands, France, Germany
sales agent: Celluloid Dreams
year: 2004
genre: fiction
directed by: Hany Abu-Assad
film run: 90'
release date: BE 07/09/2005, SA CH 07/09/2005, FI 09/09/2005, DE 29/09/2005, S.L. ES 06/10/2005, SE 07/10/2005, TR 14/10/2005, IT 14/10/2005, GR 20/10/2005, NL 20/10/2005, HU 27/10/2005, AT 18/11/2005, NO 24/02/2006, DK 03/03/2006, CZ 30/03/2006, SK 30/03/2006, UK 07/04/2006
screenplay: Hany Abu-Assad, Bero Beyer, Pierre Hodgson
cast: Lubna Azabal, Kais Nashef, Ali Suliman, Amer Hlehel, Hiam Abbass
cinematography by: Antoine Héberlé
film editing: Sander Vos
art director: Olivier Meidinger
music: Tina Sumedi
producer: Bero Beyer, Hengameh Panahi, Gerhard Meixner
production: Augustus Film, Lumen Films, Razor Film Produktion
distributor: A-Film Distribution, Cinelibre (BE), Frenetic Films SA (CH), Haut & Court (FR), Kamras Film (FI), Constantin Film (DE/AT), Golem Distribución S.L. (ES), NonStop Entertainment AB (SE), Medyavizyon (TR), Lucky red (IT), Prooptiki S.A (GR/ RO /Ex-Yugoslavia), Budapest Film (HU), Arthaus (NO), Camera Film (DK), Hollywood Classic Ent. (CZ/ SK), Warner Independent Pictures INC. (UK), Kino Swiat International (PL), Atalanta Filmes (PT)

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main awards/selection

EFA 2005 Best screenwriter (Hany Abu-Assad & Bero Beyer)

Berlinale 2005: Best European Film (Blue Angel Award), Amnesty International Film Prize

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