Eighty-one films from 36 countries will be screened at the fifth Ajyal Youth Film Festival, scheduled from November 28 to December 3 at Katara – the Cultural Village, Doha Film Institute (DFI) has announced.
There is great passion for film-making and telling stories in Qatar, observed young British actress Kaya Rose Scodelario who is in Qatar to take part in the 5th Ajyal Youth Film Festival organised by Doha Film Institute.
Global filmmakers screening their films at the fourth Ajyal Youth Film Festival presented by the Doha Film Institute said the event is a unique experience that helps strengthen cultural exchange among filmmakers from across the world.
The trans-adapted version of The Idol (Palestine, Qatar, UK, The Netherlands), Palestine’s entry for the upcoming Oscars for ‘Best Foreign Language’ film, will be screened on Saturday at the fourth Ajyal Youth Film Festival at Katara – the Cultural Village.
A lineup of 70 'thought-provoking films' from 33 countries will be the highlight of this year’s Ajyal Youth Film Festival, scheduled from November 30 to December 5, at Katara – the Cultural Village.