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NU-Q students screen films at annual premiere

Dylan Finol and Mariam Al-Dhubhani

The Studio 20-Q Premiere is an annual event that invites students, faculty, and film participants to come together and watch films produced and directed by Northwestern University in Qatar students. The films that were premiered included “How to Get Over a Heartbreak”, “Noor” and “Almost Closed”.

Students received grants of up to 25,000 QAR to produce films based off the scripts that were presented to the Studio 20-Q board. Watch the highlights in the video below to get a glimpse of the event and listen from the producers, directors, cast members, and professors. ​​​

 


 

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