June 3, 2023

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Emirati Cinema 2022... Confused Hope by "Production Rate"

Emirati Cinema 2022… Confused Hope by “Production Rate”

Despite the hopes of filmmakers in the Emirates that 2022 will see a definitive comeback for Emirati cinema after being hit by the “Covid-19” pandemic, it is difficult to say that this hope has so far been reflected. Film production, as reported, is still down from its pre-pandemic rate, and the same is true for the number of films theaters have or are expected to receive later this year. Poor production skills of filmmakers, most of which depend on individual efforts or length of preparation and production period for making new films.

Next week, especially on the 28th of this month, the Emirati film “Ghost” by director, writer and producer Amir Zalmeen Al-Mari will be received in theaters, which has been postponed more than once as planned. It was previously shown that precautions were taken with the onset of the epidemic, including the closing of theaters. The film combines suspense, thriller and mystery, and its events revolve around a family’s struggle for an ancient inheritance, through the story of a grandmother who demands that all her family members live together in the family’s big house before agreeing to sell it. The adventure begins when the family travels to the family home from Abu Dhabi to encounter many terrifying and mysterious events.

Starring: Maryam Sultan, Abdullah Al-Junaibi, Hamid Al-Awadi, Alaa Shaker, Lubna Al-Hasan, Khaled Al-Nuaimi, Mayeed Al-Balushi and Saif Al-Tawjali and a group of emerging talents making their first film appearance. , including: Rehab Al-Muhairi, Kanu Al-Kindi and Rasim Al-Dahab. The film also stars award-winning Algerian actor Djilali Boudjemaa.

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Also, director and producer Amar Zalmin has a new movie “Khanum The Billionaire” produced by “Cinema Vision Films” and starring artist Bilal Abdullah with a story and direction by Amar Zalmin Al-Mari. and young artist Omar Al Mulla.

“Khalk Shanab 2” also includes a list of films expected to hit the theaters soon, with Emirati director Hani Al Shaibani’s “Khalk Shanab 2” showing its first installment almost three years after it was postponed more than once. In theaters in 2019, before showing on the “Netflix” platform.

The film is written by Khaled Al-Jabri, produced by “Kabsha Films” and stars many social media stars of the Emirates: Ammar Al Rahm, Saad Abdullah, Mosbay bin Hashem and many other young stars and artists. from different countries.

The events of the film involve several adventures that revolve around comedy.

“Gates Away” tracks Abu Dhabi’s development

As for director Fatal Al Muhairi, he has the movie Getaway, which he presents in collaboration with “Image Nation” Abu Dhabi, and this is the company’s first work in the field of animation and the first fully produced animated film. In Abu Dhabi. The film revolves around a herd of cats living in Abu Dhabi at the end of the last century and trying to find a home in the multicultural city, so that the viewer finds himself in front of scenes that tell the story of the historic city. The Abu Dhabi classic got its start with two-dimensional animation. The film’s theatrical release date is yet to be announced.

First experience

In 2021, Emirati director Saeed Rasheed Saeed made his debut in the film industry with his film “When”, he presented several short films. Saeed produced, composed and wrote the screenplay for the film, and shot the film’s scenes in Al Ain in various indoor and outdoor locations, starring Suhaib Abdullah, Huda Ratwan and other young artists, and featuring artist Huda Al-Ghanim. Special appearance. “Hein” falls under the category of mystery films and its events revolve around the social and human environment surrounding the life of a 30-year-old returning to the family home after a long time, mixed with feelings of doubt, determination, love and hate. Events, secrets and little details are revealed surrounding his previous life where he worked as a university teacher of philosophical sciences.

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Director Ahmed Zain took to his “Instagram” account to announce that he has wrapped up the shooting of his film

The new “Baysat” indicated that details of the job and his team would be announced because he was interested.

Thanks to all the crew for their efforts and patience during the summer shoot.

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