The Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF) announced this week that they will cancel the 2018 edition of the festival, and will be adopting a new strategy to support the growth and evolution of the film and content industries in the region.
Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF)
NAME OF FESTIVAL: Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF)
WHERE: Dubai, UAE
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL: Since its inception in 2004, the festival has served as an influential platform for Arab filmmakers and talent at an international level, by spearheading the cinema movement in the region. Each year DIFF presents new and exciting cinema from the Arab world and beyond introducing audiences to fresh new talent and original, intelligent and distinctive filmmaking.
The Audi Dublin International Film Festival (ADIFF17) taking place February 16 to 26, 2017, will open with the Irish Premiere of Maudie, the internationally acclaimed biopic of folk artist Maud Lewis by award-winning Irish director Aisling Walsh
The Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF) has closed its curtains on the 13th edition with the presentation of the heavily contested Muhr Award winners.
Samuel L. Jackson took a captive audience through his cinematic life and times during an ‘In Conversation’ session at the 2016 Dubai International Film Festival
Actress Olga Kurylenko presented the fifth IWC Filmmaker Award to Abdullah Hassan Ahmed from the United Arab Emirates for his project “Sunrise”
Samuel L. Jackson will be the recipient of the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2016 Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF).
The 13th Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF) today unveiled its full line-up of 156 films from 55 countries alongside a diverse industry program for filmmakers and executives at the Dubai Film Market (DFM)
The 13th edition of the Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF) will take audiences on an immersive and boundary-pushing journey of storytelling with an all-new Virtual Reality (VR) lineup titled DIFFerent REALITY added to the Festival program for the first time.
A further ten films have been added to the Dubai International Film Festival’s (DIFF) celebrated Muhr Feature program which, now complete, boasts a stellar selection of 18 contenders
The enchanting new take on the beloved novel by Arthur Ransome, ‘Swallows and Amazons’ will be the red carpet gala for the 13th Dubai International Film Festival’s Cinema for Children program
Seven further film titles have been added to the Dubai International Film Festival’s (DIFF) Arabian Nights program
UAE filmmakers will relish the opportunity to showcase their films at the Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF) as part of the Muhr Emirati category.