“Four Daughters” had its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival in the Main Competition section, where it competed for the Palm d’Or and won the L’Œil d’or (Shared with “The Mother Of All Lies”). Director Kaouther Ben Hania’s (“The Man Who Sold His Skin“) film recently won the Gotham Award for Best Documentary Feature and has now been nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for Best Documentary Feature. It is campaigning for an Oscar nomination in the Best Documentary Feature category but is also the Tunisian entry for the Best International Feature Film at the 96th Academy Awards. Ben Hania was kind enough to spend some time with us discussing her film, the journey it’s been on since its world premiere, and more, which you can listen to or watch below. Please check out the film many are calling one of the year’s finest from Kino Lorber if you can. Thank you, and enjoy!
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