Pakistani film ‘Joyland’ has won an award at Cannes, the world’s largest film festival.
It was the first Pakistani film to be screened at the Cannes Festival. It was announced on May 23. At the screening of the film, the participants stood up and appreciated it.
Journalist Amna Isani tweeted that Saeem Sadiq’s film ‘Joyland’ has won the Jury Prize which is a matter of honor for the entire team. To be released.
Pakistani director and writer Saeem Sadiq’s short film ‘Joyland’ had its world premiere on Monday in which the cast of the film appeared on the red carpet.
Producers Sarmad Khost and Apoorva Charan’s cast includes Sarwat Gilani, Sania Saeed, Ali Junejo, Alina Khan, Safina Jafri.
The story of this film revolves around the life of an eunuch.
The feature films category at the Cannes Film Festival is limited to 14 films.
Interestingly, Saeem Sadiq’s 2019 short film ‘Darling’ was screened at the Venice and Toronto Film Festival.
A photo of the cast of the Pakistani film premiering at the festival was also shared on the festival’s official Insta handle. Actress Sarwat Gilani wrote on her Instagram account that the flag is memorable. It represents me, my land, my struggle and my culture. Being a sculptor of what I am as an artist and representing it is like a dream come true. It is for all those who believe in me, for those who have sided with me, and for the land of my wonderful people. “
Actress Sania Saeed also shared a photo on her Instagram account with the other cast of the film a day before the premiere of the film.
May 17 is the last day of the Cannes Festival.
“Joyland” has been gaining traction on social media ever since it was inducted into the Cannes Film Festival and has become a trend on Twitter.
Even now there is a trend under the same name in which film personalities and other users are expressing their happiness and their own views.