“Five Broken Cameras” – Theatrical French release, nomination, awards and international festivals

Guy Davidi and Emat Burnad’s film Five Broken Cameras (First films international competition and Louis Marcorelles Award Cinéma du réel 2012), was programmed at the following festivals: Traces de vies Festival, Clermont Ferrand (France, November 2015), Festival Résistances, Foix (France, July 2015), DocsBarcelona Festival (Spain, May 2015), BAFICI, Buenos Aires (Argentina, April, 2013),Ecrans documentaires, Arcueil (France, December 2012), Viennale, Vienne (Austria, November 2012), Kasseler DokFest, Kassel (Germany, November 2012), at Corsica.doc, Ajaccio (France-November 2012), Busan International Film Festival, Busan (Corée du Sud, octobre 20121), Reykjavik International Film Festival (Iceland, September-October 2012), It’s All True Festival, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, August – September 2012, Rooftop Films, New York, USA, June 2012.

It was theatrically releases in France on February 20, 2013 (distribution France Zeugma Films, distribution internationale Cats & Docs).

It was nominated in the Documentary Feature category at the 85th Oscars (Los Angeles, United-States, February 24, 2013).

It won the Audience Award at IFI Stranger than Fiction Dublin Documentary Festival (Ireland, August 2012), the Van Leer Group Foundation Award for best documentary at Jerusalem Film Festival (Israel, June 2012), the Audience Award at the Doc/Fest Sheffield (United Kingdom, June 2012), the World Cinema Directing Award Documentary at Sundance film festival (USA, January 2012), the Audience Award and a Special jury Mention at the IDFA (Netherlands, December 2011).