The Red Sea International Film Festival is currently preparing for round two after its massive success in December 2021. The festival’s second iteration will take place from Thursday, December 1, to Saturday, December 10, 2022. This is one of the best film festivals in Saudi Arabia connecting like-minded film buffs. Let’s check out more information about the festival.
The Amazing Lineup Of Artists In The Red Sea International Film Festival In Jeddah
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The festival is all set to welcome filmmakers, artists, media, and viewers for a 10-day celebration of more than 120 best films from around the world. This year’s schedule has ‘Last Chance to Fall in Love’, directed by Faisal Buhishi. You can also watch ‘Old Phone Number’ directed by Ali Saeed.
The Red Sea International Film Festival also has movie lineups such as ‘Forgive Me’, ‘Othman’, ‘Forward’, ‘Tea Leaf’, ‘A Swing’, ‘The Child in his Closet’, ‘Memories from the North’, and many more. It gives you the platform to understand the art of filmmaking along with the culture and history of cinema.
The Stunning Location Of The Film Festival
مدّدنا موعد التسجيل النهائي في برنامج كلينك لكتابة الأفلام القصيرة حتى 20 أكتوبر.
ونُذكّر أن البرنامج ينطلق من شراكة مع معهد جوته وأكاديمية بادن-فورتيمبرج للسينما، ليحتضن الكتّاب عبر منهج ثريّ يعزّز من مهارات الكتابة بهدف تطوير المشاريع السينمائية.
— RedSeaFilm (@RedSeaFilm) October 17, 2022
This festival is one of Saudi Arabia’s most significant cinematic events. The Red Sea International Film Festival brings together regional and international filmmakers in Jeddah’s Al Balad, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is genuinely wonderful to witness upcoming local filmmakers screen their films alongside films from across the world. You can witness this magic in packed theatres, taking place in the historic surroundings of Jeddah’s ancient old town.
You can book your tickets from the official website. Are you excited to watch the fantastic lineup of films at the film festival? Stay tuned to Curly Tales for more updates.
Cover Image Courtesy: Red Sea International Film Festival Website