a Day in Gothenburg في يوم وليلة

After canceling Mazen's trip to Istanbul, due to the measures caused by COVID-19, he returns to the central train station in Gothenburg, where he encounters Mariam, who finds herself stuck at the station after announcing the closure of the border between Sweden and Denmark. While both are longing to depart and continue their journey, a strong sensation tells them that they need to stay longer.

  • Abeer Al Muhsin
  • Abeer Al Muhsin
  • Mohammad Khammas
  • Ahmad Al Khatib
    Music Composition
  • Batool Ardat
    Key Cast
  • Mohamed Said
    Key Cast
  • Basel Mawlawi
    Sweden Production
  • Carl Wiebe
    Dubai Production
  • Yehya Breshe
    Audio Engineer
  • Ammar Saad
  • Yazan Alqaq
  • Vishnu Sundar
  • Ahmad Ramahi
    Editor, Colorist
  • Karlama, Katarat Ebdaa
    Production Company
  • Project Title (Original Language):
    في يوم وليلة
  • Project Type:
    Short, Student
  • Genres:
    Drama, Romance
  • Runtime:
    25 minutes 12 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    April 30, 2021
  • Production Budget:
    25,000 USD
  • Country of Origin:
  • Country of Filming:
    Sweden, United Arab Emirates
  • Language:
    Arabic, English, Swedish
  • Shooting Format:
    s-Log, 4K
  • Film Color:
  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
    Yes - SAE Dubai
  • The Black Sheep Film Festival
    United Arab Emirates
    June 14, 2021
    UAE Premiere
    Best Film, Best Director
Director Biography - Abeer Al Muhsin

Abeer Al Muhsin, an Arab film director, and producer. Completed her higher study and had an MBA in Aviation Management in 2015.

By Film Making, she has had the opportunity to participate in many community events, also won awards for some of them.

In cooperation with the Ministry of Education, she directed the film "My Book is Secretariat" as part of an awareness project concerned with the importance of the books, in December 2008.

She won the First Prize in the UAE Ministry of Culture, Youth & Community Development contest for a short film on the UAE Union contest with the film "UAE Union History in Child Eye" in 2009.

Also, she won the Second Prize in Youth Media Award, with the short documentary "Not a Shadow" addressing the issues of individuals with Down syndrome; in 2011.

In addition to awards on films, she owns first place in the UAE Ministry of Education stage play competition, with the stage play “Ok, and its sisters” being the best integrated theatrical work, in December 2013.

At present, she is working on multiple film ideas that aim to support the Arab community, children in focus, within the current situation in the area.

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