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J'ai rêvé Carthage

J’ai rêvé Carthage

Cyril Nehmé

France, Lebanon | 2021 | 24 min
French |
Subtitles: English
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In this short fiction film, Maïa, a young opera singer, is on stage for her first performance. As she begins the main aria of the opera Dido and Aeneas, she is suddenly confronted with a revelation.
Other festivals:
Moscow Shorts Festival, Russia (2021)
Culture Cinema, India (2021)
Director Cyril Nehmé
Line Producer Dalia Naous
Editing Marie Bottois
Camera Sinan Culha
Cast Simona Morini, Marguerite Mousset, Marc-Antoine Vaugeois
Sound Robin Tassel

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Cyril Nehmé

Cyril Nehmé

Cyril Nehmé is a French filmmaker of Lebanese descent. Born in Beirut, he settles down in Paris to pursue a career in cinema. He also explores his love for classical music by learning lyrical singing and playing cello. His short films People Disappear All the Time and J’ai rêvé Carthage have been selected in numerous film festivals — such as FIDMarseille, FIFA Montréal, FIFOG— and have won dozens of awards. In recent years, Cyril has developed in his films a craft lying on the borders of cinema and visual arts, but also imbued with his passion for opera.

Biographical notes provided by the film production team
I Have Dreamed Carthage (2021)
People Disappear All the Time (2013)

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