Sharjah Film Festival honors Kuwaiti artist Ghadeer Al-Sabti

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Sheikha Jawaher Al-Qasimi honors Ghadeer Al-Sabti

DUBAI, Oct 29, (Agencies): The Sharjah International Children and Youth Film Festival concluded its tenth edition last night with the presence of several Arab cinema and drama stars. The festival awarded directors and outstanding filmmakers in seven categories.

The Best Long Narrative Film award went to the film “Nuzuha,” directed by Suad Kaadan. The Best Gulf Short Film award was presented to “Sukun,” directed by Ahsan Munif and Marwan Bakri. The Best Student-Made Film award went to “Amal,” directed by Kanto Randrisi, Walid Al-Wair, Lucy John, Maxim Petros, and Henry Embuyim. The Best Film Made by Children and Adolescents award was granted to “Connected Conscience,” directed by Mujtaba Al-Hajji. The Best Short International Film award was given to “Dude Al-Qaz,” directed by Amir Hunarmand. The Best Short Animated Film award was won by “Hill of Pebbles,” directed by Margolene Beriten. The Best Long Animated Film award went to “Titina,” directed by Kaisa Nice.

The closing ceremony of the festival featured the honoring of Sheikha Jawaher bint Abdullah Al-Qasimi and the artist Ghadeer Al-Sabti, who were part of the film jury alongside Dr. Medhat Al-Adel, Songico Cho, Mohammed Hajji, Mohammed Al-Kindi, Monica Wahe, Ahmed Shoukry, Thomas Dana, Sahar Abdullah, Thomas Kuchera, Abdulrahman Al-Ghanim, and Jiza M. Tooth.

In this event, Sheikha Jawaher Al-Qasimi emphasized the importance of such festivals in promoting and supporting young talents in the world of cinema. The festival was a great platform for showcasing creativity and innovation among children and youth filmmakers.

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