The film, about Prince Faisal’s trip to London when he was 13 years old, premiered in the UAE last month.
The UAE Ministry of Culture and Youth (MCY) has signed a partnership agreement with FUNN to jointly establish a framework for coordination between both parties in organising the Sharjah International Film Festival for Children and Youth (SIFF) for a period of five years.
The Sharjah International Film Festival for Children and Youth (SIFF) 2019 will be held from Oct.13-18 under the theme ‘Films inspired by Books’ in celebration of Sharjah World Book Capital 2019.
Funn, a Sharjah-based organisation dedicated to promoting media arts learning for children and youth, brought down the curtain on the VGX Event, the first of its kind event in Sharjah dedicated to the video gaming industry, after three days of fun-filled and educational activities and hands-on workshops.
Funn, the Sharjah-based organisation that promotes media arts learning among children and youth, and organises the UAE’s only film festival dedicated to this age group, is engaging aspiring young virtual reality (VR) and special effects experts in a fascinating workshop course, which is taking them through the basics of VR concepts and its application in different industries.
Local media said that during the daily work at the port of Aqaba on Monday, a tanker filled with a toxic gaseous substance fell during its transportation, which led to an explosion and gas leak at the site.
The Resolution cancels fees levied on airline agents and their branches, and airline offices operating in the emirate, which were imposed pursuant to regulations issued on 12 March 1985 and Resolution No.(4) of 1998.
The Dubai Health Authority (DHA), which regulates the health insurance sector in Dubai, has launched "EJADAH" programme, the first-of-its-kind value-based healthcare model for the emirate.