WILL MY PARENTS COME TO SEE ME wins in Clermont-Ferrand

At the Festival du Court Métrage in Clermont-Ferrand (27.01.-04.02.2023) WILL MY PARENTS COME TO SEE ME by Mo Harawe (student, Kunsthochschule Kassel) was awarded the Grand Prix as best film in the International Competition.

Synopsis Somalia. A policewoman sits in her parked car. After a while she gets out, puts on her service cap and enters the prison. There, decisive hours dawn for young Farah. The organizational machinery around him is set in motion. Farah is examined by a doctor, instructed by the bailiff and cared for by an imam. Farah waits for his parents to visit.

The International Short Film Festival in Clermont-Ferrand is the second largest film festival in France after Cannes and one of the most important short film festivals in the world. Awards include the Grand Prix for best film.