Moby brings Britain, Latin America, Italy, France, Germany and “Faya Day”.

EXCLUSIVE: Orthouse is a streamer and distributor of cinema Mobi I own all rights to the Sundance documentary Feya dai In the UK, Ireland, Latin America, Italy, France, Germany, Turkey and India.

Jessica Bashir’s appearance as director began with a trip to the highlands of Harar, Ethiopia, to follow the rituals of khat, a powerful plant that mystics chewed for religious attention – the most profitable crop in Ethiopia. From a Khat trade point of view, the film tells the stories of people trapped between violent government repression, Khat fantasies and dangerous travel across borders.

Feya dai This month it will also be shown at the Vision du Rail, Hot Docs Film Festival and the Seattle International Film Festival. It is produced by Bashir, an Ethiopian-Mexican director who lives in Brooklyn.

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Bashir received the Sundance Documentary Fellowship, the Jerome Foundation, the Doha Film Institute and the New York Artist Fellowship. His short films have been screened at festivals and museums around the world, including the Rotterdam Film Festival, Hotdocs, IDFA, the Tribeca Film Festival, the Museum’s Picture in New York and the Eye Film Museum in Amsterdam.

Coming to more areas Mobi Versions include Chloe Chow’s Oscar-nominated appearance Songs my brothers taught me Emma Seligman on April 9 Shiva Shishu 11 June Suda Da Magnus von Horn, Dash Show CryptozoBerlin, address Andreas Fontana Visited And this What do you see when you look at the sky In Alexander Kobridze. Mobi She recently acquired all rights in the UK, Ireland and Turkey for CĂ©line Symma’s new feature film Little mother It includes a theatrical release in all regions. The buyer also announced this week that it would release Sergei Loznitsa A state funeral On May 7 in some American theaters.

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