Saudi Arabia will hold an annual film festival in Jeddah in 2020

Saudi Arabia will hold a yearly film festival in Jeddah starting in 2020, the kingdom’s minister of culture reported on Wednesday.

The Red Sea International Film Festival will be held in Jeddah. It will be sorted out by the Red Sea Film Foundation, which will be led by Minister of Culture Prince Badr Bin Abdullah Bin Farhan.

The declaration denotes the principal new film celebration in the Middle East since the news that the Dubai Film Festival will now just happen every two years.

As per the pastor, the celebration will concentrate on developing gifts from Saudi Arabia and the more noteworthy Middle East, just as Asia, South America and Africa.

The leader of the Red Sea Film Foundation has been named as Saudi producer and director Mahmoud Sabbagh.

Also, another Saudi industry body – the Red Sea Film Lodge – will fill in as an all year hatchery for movies obliging nearby and provincial executives. It will likewise grant prizes.

Lord Abdulaziz Center for World Culture, also known as Ithra, has the yearly Saudi Film Festival. Presently in its fifth year, and held in association with Saudi Arabian Society for Culture and Arts Dammam, the festival builds up the craft of filmmaking by setting up channels of rivalry among beginners and experts working in the field.

The current year’s Saudi Film Festival, which shut on Tuesday keep going, highlighted a dramatic exchange with Oscar-victor Cuba Gooding Jr.

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