Chadian filmmaker Mahamat-Saleh Haroun gained international recognition with Bye Bye Africa in 1999 which won him the best first film prize at the Venice Film Festival. He’s gone on to win major awards for his subsequent films, including A Screaming Man (2010) and A Season in France (2017), featuring Eriq Ebouaney and Sandrine Bonnaire, “the best smile in French cinema”, according to his own words when he came at Ciné Lumière last year.
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