‘The Falconer,’ First International Film Shot in Oman, Set For Middle East Release Via Front Row (EXCLUSIVE)

Dubai-based Front Row Filmed Entertainment has acquired all Middle East and North Africa rights to Oman-set drama “The Falconer,” co-directed by Adam Sjöberg and starring Seanne Winslow. The movie has been billed as the first international feature film shot entirely in the sultanate.

“Falconer” is a tale of two teenagers from different worlds, one a local villager named Tariq, the other a white Westerner named Cai, who are best friends. Together, they steal and sell zoo animals to raise money for the local boy’s sister to pay for a divorce from an abusive marriage.

Pic is produced by the directors and David Jacobson (“The Butler”)

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