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With his first film, De l'autre côté (2003), Nassim Amaouche became a regular at film festivals: this medium-length film was shown at the International Critics' Week at Cannes as well as at Locarno, Venice, Clermont-Ferrand, and received the Discovery Prize from the French Syndicate of Film Critics, Special Jury Prize at the Henri Langlois Festival in Poitiers, Best Film Award at Tangiers and the Quality Production Prize from the Centre National de la Cinématographie. In 2005, his documentary A Few Crumbs for the Birds, shot in Jordan on the Iraqi border, was also selected for screening at numerous festivals including Venice and Locarno. His first feature, Goodbye Gary Copper, was once again selected by International Critics' Week at Cannes in 2009 and won the Grand Prix.
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