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.
The 8th edition of the Sharjah International Film Festival for Children and Youth’s (SIFF 2021) has unveiled its first-ever 3D virtual platform, as the region’s leading festival for young cinema enthusiasts gears up to run a fully virtual festival, from October 10 – 15.
UAE-based Safa Azarayesh’s Childhood Trauma, that is competing in the GCC Short Films category, was scheduled to have its world premiere on Monday. The thought-provoking film will compel you to connect the dots between childhood trauma and adulthood.
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.
People from around the world flock to the virtual theatres of the 8th Sharjah International Film Festival for Children and Youth (SIFF 2021) to relish 80+ high-quality films that bring together a diversity of creative voices to tell the stories of the younger generation.
Talks offer insights into varied aspects of filmmaking from October 10-15 at Al Jawaher Reception and Convention Centre, Sharjah
The festival welcomes school students from across the UAE during the morning hours from 9am to 2pm, and is open to the public from 4pm to 9pm. SIFF 2022 hosts 8 inspiring talks led by artists, filmmakers and industry professionals and holds 34 workshops.