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The Match Factory Launches ‘The Taste of Apples Is Red’ at Toronto Film Festival (EXCLUSIVE)

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Leo Barraclough International Features EditorThe Match Factory will launch sales on the debut film by Ehab Tarabieh, “The Taste of Apples Is Red,” at the Toronto Film Festival, where the film will be premiering in the Discovery section.

Tarabieh’s previous short films have won several prizes, including Best Short Film at Doha Tribeca Festival for “The Forgotten” (2012) and a nomination for a European Academy Award for “Smile and the World Will Smile Back” (2015). “The Taste of Apples Is Red” is the first film to deal with the intricacies of the Druze faith.

The director grew up in this closed off and secretive community, which separated from Islam and has aspects of Hindu and Greek philosophy.

During the civil war in Syria, the Druze, who are spread throughout Syria, Israel and Lebanon, were divided between those who support Assad and those who despise him.

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