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A team of Indian filmmakers visits production sites in Abu Dhabi

A team of Indian filmmakers visits production sites in Abu Dhabi

June 23 2022 17:26

Abu Dhabi (Etihad)
The Abu Dhabi Film Commission (ADFC) has conducted a tour of 19 of Bollywood’s brightest film directors, producers and directors, including several key landmarks and filming locations in Abu Dhabi.
The tour aims to strengthen the bond between Indian cinema and the Abu Dhabi Film Authority in conjunction with the International Indian Film Academy Awards.
The tour, which aims to forge future collaboration between the two sides in the field of film and television series in Abu Dhabi, went to the most important production sites such as the Doofor 54 studios in the Emirate and the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center (Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center). ADNEC), and the most popular Abu Dhabi locations, such as the Louvre Abu Dhabi and the Emirates Palace Hotel, which cater to numerous Yas Island destinations, including Ferrari World Abu Dhabi, Yas Waterworld Abu Dhabi and Warner Bros. Abu Dhabi.
Hans Fraigen, President of the Abu Dhabi Film Authority, said: The International Indian Film Academy Awards are one of the biggest annual events in the South Asian film industry and we are pleased to celebrate the strong and long-standing relationship between Abu Dhabi. And India by hosting representatives of the Academy at the Emirate. Abu Dhabi has always attracted the attention of Hollywood and Bollywood producers as the main shooting location for many films, and this tour allowed them to review the best production facilities and optimal shooting locations for the films. We look forward to continuing to develop the film industry in Abu Dhabi, build long-term relationships to attract the best productions from around the world, and continue to collaborate with our colleagues in Indian cinema through production projects, events and ambitious endeavors.
Noreen Khan, Vice President, IFI Film Awards, said: “The main purpose of hosting the festival worldwide is to strengthen the creative business relationship between the two sides and to provide more opportunities to attract Bollywood products. The primary priorities and objectives of IFI strategy and goals. We are delighted to be working with the Abu Dhabi Film Commission and its ambitious team, who have been working tirelessly to place Abu Dhabi in one of the best film locations in the world.
Ramesh Durani, Anurag Basu, Dhani Basu, Vishnu Varadhan, Arijit (Rony) Lahiri, Shell Kumar, Mahesh Ramanathan, Nishant Betty, Shibashish Sarkar, Anirudha Roy Chaudhary, Vishnu Varadhan and many other pioneers of Hindi cinema were in this group. Indore, Brenda Indore, Anis Pasmi, Giant Lal Jada, Reshma Kataki, Shyam Sunder and Virav Sarkari.
Ramesh Durani, the producer of “Race 3”, which was shot in Abu Dhabi, said: “I really like the shooting sites like the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, the Louvre Abu Dhabi and the Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi. Goals. I will definitely be back here again, especially with the photo features provided by Emirate. We will definitely be coming to Abu Dhabi again next year to produce three awesome films.
Renowned writer and director Anurag Basu said, “I think filmmakers who go to Abu Dhabi and know about filming locations in Abu Dhabi are looking forward to what the next job will be filming at the Emirates. I really like the photo studios that Abu Dhabi offers, and the most important thing about them is that you can provide any shooting environment you need. I think I can go back and set up a set here.
Abu Dhabi hosted for the first time the 22nd edition of the International Indian Film Academy Awards, which lasted for more than a week, with screenings, workshops and awards ceremonies. Abu Dhabi continues to emerge as one of the fascinadoras destinations for Bollywood filmmakers, with over 130 productions from Hollywood, Bollywood and the region over the past ten years. Publi 2 “and” Tiger Zinta Hai “, and” Bharat “,” Baby “,” Dishome “,” Race 3 “and” Bang Bang “.
Emirate is working to accelerate the growth of the cultural and creative industries through an investment strategy worth 30 billion dirhams, and the Abu Dhabi Film Authority is a supporter and developer of the thriving film and television industry. Works in the future. ADFC offers a full range of manufacturing services, including on-site assistance, travel, accommodation and production management. Eligible products can benefit from a 30% cashback on production costs in Abu Dhabi.