Some people sometimes feel the need for more love, especially in the beginning of winter which starts in the second half of October, this love is considered to be a way to help some people live a happy life full of affection and understanding. It distracts them from problems and problems in life. Surprisingly, although this is a peaceful method, it is not suitable for everyone, and according to the zodiac signs, there are some signs that are more sensitive to love and feelings, especially in the second half of October, which means that they are sensitive for some reason. , due to the transit of Neptune opposite the Moon on October 12, 2023, these sensitive signs will feel the need for love, and on the “Yourtangoo” website, we review three signs that are affected by the Moon opposite Neptune more than others, which increases their need for love.
A moment of love
Geminis will be on the list of those who need love when the Moon transits opposite Neptune, and that love is not from him to his partner, but to everyone around him. He can indulge in love and affection. , and forget any differences, enjoy love and affection.
Cancer people do not hesitate to ask for love and affection from their partner, or even to hug their children or anyone they meet. People with this sign show their love, appreciation and gratitude to everyone around them. They prefer the obvious to end any disagreement and end only with a kind word. Don’t cut off the relationship completely.
Since Pisces are known to love being loved, you tend to rewrite the story when you don’t get as much love from the people around you. This means that not only will you give love to everyone, but you will. Ask without fear or anxiety.You make your partner feel…sorry that he can’t reach you even if he tries.
The Red Sea International Film Festival has announced that it has entered into a strategic partnership with the Cultural Fund as its official sponsor for its third session in 2023. This partnership comes as an extension of the Red Sea International Film Festival’s commitment to supporting talent. Cinema industry, promoting creativity and pushing the Saudi film industry into the global cinema scene. The two parties seek to spark a cultural revolution by diversifying the sector’s incentives, confirming the objectives of the Cultural Fund, which aims to promote the contribution of non-profit organizations to the growth and development of the Saudi film industry. Helping the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia achieve its vision and become a regional hub for the film industry.
In this year’s edition, the Culture Fund participates in various festival activities, starting with its own stage participation in the Red Sea International Film Festival Market, through which it interacts with local, regional and international filmmakers and organizes special lunches. It provided elite filmmakers and local and international companies with all the means to participate in networking sessions. Within the Red Sea 360 project, the Cultural Fund exchanged knowledge and experience on the needs of the Saudi cinema sector, the financial instruments it offers to the sector. , and its mechanism of collaboration with other governmental and non-governmental organizations to meet these needs.
It mentions; The Cultural Development Fund was established with the objective of implementing the sixteen cultural sectors identified within the National Cultural Strategy, including films. With this funding, the Fund confirms its firm support for the Saudi film industry and reflects its commitment to developing the entire industry and improving the quality of life in Saudi Arabia.
This strategic partnership provides a great platform to interact with professionals and experts and introduce them to the comprehensive funding packages it offers.Earlier this year, the fund launched one of the largest funding schemes dedicated to the film industry. The festival regularly gathers a collection of the best works produced by Arab and international cinema, thus providing a platform for both filmmakers and actors to showcase their work and talents.
“THE RED SEA CINEMA” CONCLUSION… A TRIBUTE TO GREAT MOVIES AND BRIGHTNESS OF STARS
At the end of the third session of the “Red Sea International Film Festival”, the film industry celebrated its masterpieces, the festival brought together and honored many talented films, directors and actors from different parts of the world. Famous works.
In addition to the jury for the “Red Sea Short Film Competition” chaired by Hana Al-Omeir, this year’s jury for the “Red Sea Film Competition” was chaired by Baz Luhrmann. 14 categories were decided for winners. The competition included 17 feature films and 23 short films.
The competition won the Al-Sharq Award for Best Documentary for “Daughters of Olfat”, a prize worth US$10,000, and Noor Al-Qadra won the “Chopart” Award for Best Rising Talent. The final award ceremony, and “Hopeless” directed by South Korea’s Kim Sang Hoon won the audience prize of $50,000 for “Al-Ula”, while “Nowra” won the $50,000 Saudi Best Film Award. .
At the Red Sea Short Film Competition, “A Suitcase” by directors Saman Hossainpour and Ako Karimi won the silver “Al Yusr” award worth $12,500, while “You Remember” by director Dalia Nemlesh won the gold “Al Yusr” award worth $25,000.
Baloji’s “A Bad Omen” won Best Cinematography, Saleh Bakri won Best Actor for “The Professor” and Mona Hawa won Best Actress for “God Willing, a boy”. “
The award for best screenplay went to “Above the Shrine,” directed by Karim Ben Saleh and Jamal Belmahi, and is worth $10,000. Shokir Golikov won the $10,000 best director award for “Sunday,” and Farah Al-Nabulsi won the $10,000 jury prize for “The Professor.”
The Silver “Al Yusr” Award for Feature Film went to director Darsem Singh Thandwar’s “Dear Jassi” worth $30,000, while the Golden “Al Yusr” Award for Best Feature Film went to director Jarrar Khan’s “In The Flames”. $100,000.
The Al Yusr Awards are considered one of the region’s largest awards for emerging and established voices in the fields of narrative, documentary and animation. For talent from Saudi Arabia, Arab countries, Asia and Africa, it puts them on the world cinema map, featuring the best international talent in the film industry, in front of the international cinema community.
Criteria for success
The jury of the Red Sea Short Film Competition was headed by Saudi writer and director Hana Al-Omair, French-Moroccan actor Asad Bou Ab and Turkish-German film director, screenwriter and producer Fatih Akin.
Hana Al-Omair told Asharq Al-Awsad, “The short films that participated in the festival in its third session were strong overall, and the selections were international and local. This issue was expected during the current session, and this is what happened.”
Al-Omair explained that films from Asia, Africa and the Arab world differed in their choice of strong themes in addition to their artistic level and diversity, noting that cinema’s elite was seen as films from Asia, Africa and the Arab countries participated in addition to the Saudi films. In this edition of the festival, and the quality of difference and surprise is one of the most important standards. Created by a jury to select participating films and award-winning films.
At the closing ceremony, the movie “Ferrari” by director Michael Mann, one of the cinema projects supported by the Red Sea Fund, was screened, and Hollywood actor and Oscar winner Nicholas was awarded the “Al Usr” Golden Honorary Award. Cage, in recognition of his outstanding talents and contribution to the film industry. The award was also presented by top performer Abdullah Al-Satan, actress Diane Kruger and Bollywood actor Ranveer Singh at the ceremony’s opening ceremony. “Dream Scenario,” a horror comedy directed by Christopher Broglie and starring Nicolas Cage, is scheduled to be shown at the end of the festival on Saturday, December 9.
Speaking on the occasion, Jumana Al-Rasheed, President of the Red Sea Film Foundation, said: “Over the past eight days, we have welcomed guests from all over the world to Jeddah and celebrated together a vibrant global film community. Our mission behind it is to build bridges between cultures and forge new relationships by hosting more than 125 films from Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Egypt, Morocco, Rwanda, Armenia, Malaysia, Pakistan, New Zealand, France, India, Thailand and more. Other countries, in addition… 348 submitted projects in the Red Sea market projects and 44 ongoing projects from more than 26 countries.
He added: “Indeed, we are proud to have established a place for ideas and businesses to meet, share inspiration and act as inspiration for the year ahead.”
For his part, Mohammed Al Turki, CEO of Red Sea Film Foundation, said: “Today at the closing ceremony of this year’s festival we are celebrating many successes together, including hosting the film’s Middle East premiere with Red’s support. Michael Mann for Ocean Finance – Ferrari – Creative Director, in addition to our tribute to one of Hollywood’s brightest stars; Creative actor Nicolas Cage will celebrate the contestants of the Red Sea Long and Short Film Competition together and present “Al Yusr” awards to the winners and end this unique competition on an unprecedented high.
A different course
Artist Tafar Abdeen Asharq told Al-Awsad: “The third session of the festival was distinguished by the high quality of films, organization, workshops and dialogue sessions. All of these enhanced the session and differentiated it from the previous two sessions. It proves that what is to come is more beautiful and better.”
About her experience in the movie “To My Son”, she said: “I enjoyed the experience of participating with Saudi stars who shined in the film and excelled in their performances, and God willing, there will be many Saudi participation in future works. Aba city where most of the scenes were shot, the most beautiful places where he met her. describes that.
Artist Elham Shaheen told Asharq Al-Awsad, “International film festivals provide an opportunity to learn about different cultures and watch different films from all over the world, thereby understanding people and learning about their societies, culture, economy and politics. .”
Elham Shaheen linked the degree of urbanization of countries to the value and importance of the arts, not only in cinema but also in theatre, television, music, plastic arts, song and writing.
Cooperation and exchange of experience
Sawson Badr, an Egyptian artist, saw the festival as an addition to international and Arab film festivals, and he told Asharq Al-Awsad: “This festival adds a lot to other festivals, and is interested in developing a common form and language of cultures. Dialogue with others and accepting them, its ideas are our Arab It is the most important, though different from ideas.” How we think about it, use it to our advantage, and exclude from it what does not agree with us. Principles and Culture.”
Badr added that any Arab cooperation is a plus for the entire Arab region because he believes a common language is a great asset that should be used as a means of technologically transformative soft power. Art works are capable of conveying messages on a large scale, and raising issues in collective Arabic works is a very powerful way to bring the Arabic voice to the world in an interesting and purposeful way.
The “Billion Followers Summit” has announced the group of most prominent names participating in its second edition in Dubai, organized by the New Media Academy on January 10 and 11, 2024 at the Emirates Towers and Museum of the Future. A variety of events including “Let’s Connect” slogans, motivational talks, dialogues, sessions, great discussions and live meetings with the audience will be attended by the brightest content creators from various fields of media, entertainment, sports, culinary, education, technology, gaming, e-sports, comedy and others.
Among the international speakers at the summit are South America’s most popular YouTube stars, Germany’s Garmentia, Europe’s most popular YouTube group, Sidemen, and content creators with the highest percentage of female followers in India. , Prajakta Kohli, and one of the most prominent content producers. Zachary Derniewski is the owner of games and e-sports in India, promoting techno gamers and humanitarian content. Accomplished and humanitarian campaigner Abufalla will also attend the summit. and satirical content creator Ahmad Al-Bashir and winner of the title of social media star in the Middle East in 2022, Ahmad Abu Al-Rab and chef. Lebanon (Disney Princess) Abeer Al-Sagheer.
Notably, 121 million people follow comedy videos and video games from Chilean content creator German Carmentia, using humor on topics such as daily life, music, sports and culture.
As for the “Sidemen” group, they are the biggest YouTube content producers in Europe, with more than 37 million fans following them on their official account on various platforms, and their videos reaching billions of views online.
Prajakta Kohli is an Indian content producer who hosts comedy videos on his channel with over 16.7 million followers. His content deals with topics related to daily life, relationships and society in a sarcastic and funny way. His channel, which has more than 50 million followers, offers techno gamers videos and is distinguished by his exciting and entertaining content. He has been instrumental in creating gaming and e-sports content in India.
Zachary Deryniewski’s videos aim to spread positivity and goodness in society, and the Tik Tok star has attracted more than 21 million followers thanks to his humanitarian content, inspiring millions.
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Abu Fela is known as a multi-talented content creator with over 49 million followers and is famous for his entertainment and gaming content on YouTube. He is also known for his charity campaigns, where he has raised millions of dollars to help those in need around the world. In 2022, Abu Filah raised $1 million in just 28 hours to help Syrian refugees. Abu Fela is considered a role model for the Arab youth. He is an ambitious and persistent young man who managed to achieve great success in a short period of time. He is an example of a person who wants to help others.