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Shibam

West Germany, 1965 (MIFF 1966, Programme 32)

Director: Walter Jacob, Hanna Weger

A fascinating, wordless study of life among the ancient ten-story buildings of a city in Saudi Arabia.

Prix de Qualité, Frankfurt; Prize, Bergamo Festival; Silver Prize, Cracow Festival.

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