The Red Sea International Film Festival To Showcase Exciting New Films Exclusive Tajreeb screenings debut online this month
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. 18 November 2020
The Red Sea International Film Festival is excited to announce digital screenings of its Tajreeb program. Originally chosen for the inaugural Red Sea Film Festival, Tajreeb aims to showcase the talent pool emerging in new Saudi cinema.
Tajreeb is punk at its core; freeing filmmakers from any sense of constraint, allowing creatives the opportunity to do anything imaginable from behind the lens of the camera. Filmmakers accepted into the program find themselves surrounded by like-minded advocates of their craft and passions. Hailing from different regions of SAUDI ARABIA, these films are of different genres and lengths.
The 11 selected films will screen online over the course of 2 weeks, running from the 18–30 November on the Red Sea Film Festival’s YouTube channel. Each film will be available for one week.
The Tajreeb films will appear every other day from the 18th until the 30th of November.
The full schedule is detailed below:
Wednesday 18th at 5 p.m. – Shame Directed By Abdulla AlBin Hamdha
Wednesday 18th at 9 p.m. – A Diy Of A Dream 101 Directed By Qamar Abdulmalik
Saturday 21st at 5 p.m. – Nonself Portrait Directed By Asad Badawi
Saturday 21st at 9 p.m. – Extraction Of Lunar Directed By Lulua Al Dehaiemi
Monday 23rd at 5 p.m. – The Time Has Come Directed By Ayman Al Ali
Monday 23rd at 9 p.m. – Algari Directed By Ahmed AlHasawi
Wednesday 25th at 5 p.m. – Dissonance Directed By Moodi AlZamil
Wednesday 25th at 9 p.m. – A Breath Directed By Razan Alsagheer
Saturday 28th at 5 p.m. – Remember Me Directed By Mohammed Hammad
Saturday 28th at 9 p.m. – Color Of Sunset Directed By Haidar Daoud
Monday 30th at 5 p.m. – The Sleep Sun Station Directed By Anhar Salem
All times are in Arabian Standard Time (AST).
To view the Tajreeb screenings, visit https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLPErMYhL4ikeIG982A9VHw
The Red Sea International Film Festival is headquartered in Old Town Jeddah, a historic district in the Kingdom’s Western region. The Red Sea International Film Festival is a pivotal part of the growing worldwide interest in films made by Arab filmmakers. Through their various programs, they provide crucial funding, guidance, and visibility to the next generation of Saudi filmmakers.
To learn more about the Red Sea International Film Festival, connect via @RedSeaFilm on Instagram and Twitter, or visit redseafilmfest.com
Rana Zedan, Red Sea International Film Festival PR Coordinator