With the participation of experts from 41 countries
07/03/2023 at 21:30 (Doha Time)
Doha Film Institute will host the ninth edition of the Qumrah Film Forum from March 10 to 15, in person and March 19 to 21 online, with more than 200 Arab and international film professionals from 41 countries participating. Major local and international organizations and institutions.
The Forum’s activities take place in two tracks: the first is dedicated to training, workshops, consultation sessions and individual meetings for projects in the development phase, and the second includes presentations of copies of films in development and conversations about achieved projects. Post production stage.
The forum supports filmmakers in their journey from writing a screenplay to bringing a film to screen, as well as on-demand platforms and digital platforms for filmmakers to distribute their projects in unconventional ways and ensure they reach the widest possible audience.
In this context, Chief Executive Officer of Doha Film Institute Ms. Fatima Hassan Alremaihi said: “We are very proud to support Qumrah 2023’s prestigious projects and appreciate the professionals’ continued commitment to supporting filmmakers and sharing with us. Vision to Build a Strong and Vibrant Global Creative Community,” emphasized the Foundation’s support for filmmakers around the world, from concept development to finished projects, and turning promising ideas into major projects ready to launch. This forum is a testament to our collective contribution to our goal of highlighting unheard voices and showcasing perspectives.
Notably, the forum will see the participation of film directors, producers, writers, directors and festival programmers, consultants, financial managers, sales and procurement heads, script experts, distributors, digital platforms and those in charge. For broadcasters.
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