A scene from the award-winning Turkish film In My Dream.
Students across the UAE continue to relish the power of global cinema dedicated to young audiences, as the 8th annual Sharjah International Film Festival for Children and Youth (SIFF 2021) continues to reach out to more schools across the nation.
The Sharjah International Film Festival for Children and Youth (SIFF) continues to serve as an exciting platform for young cinema enthusiasts, with the eighth edition announcing an impressive list of 40 foreign language masterpieces, which will be screened virtually from October 10 – 15.
The long-awaited Sharjah International Film Festival for Children and Youth (SIFF 2021) returned on October 10 (Sunday) evening with its first-ever fully virtual edition and Kim Jin-Yu’s South Korean feature ‘Bori’ making its Middle East premiere.
Noting the impact of hundreds of films, particularly animation, and workshops offered by SIFF to stimulate young imaginations, Masoud Amralla Al Ali said that the festival has been nurturing a deep love and understanding of cinematic arts in children and youth.
The source said that the development comes in the wake of several Bollywood personalities attending the marriage ceremony of one of Mahadev Books' promoters, Sourabh Chandrakar, in the UAE.
Hamilton revolves around the life of Alexander Hamilton, the first Treasury Secretary of the United States, who rose from humble origins to become one of America’s founding fathers and George Washington’s right-hand man during the Revolutionary War for American Independence.
The show is an artistic exploration of the impermanent yet resilient aspects of the Emirati environment and those who share it.
Flags representing attendees from Argentina, Puerto Rico, Guatemala, Colombia, Venezuela, South Korea and Brazil were raised; children and the elderly sang along to familiar radio hits. Live music isn't church, but for two hours on Sunday night, the group got close.