The Arab Cinema Center launches the campaign for 75 years of Palestinian cinema

The Arab Cinema Center launches the campaign for 75 years of Palestinian cinema

The Arab Cinema Center revealed the launch of the 75 Years of Palestinian Cinema campaign, which sheds light on the most important Palestinian films and their producers since 1946, when director Salah El-Din Badrakhan presented the movie “A Dream of a Night” and it was shown. In Jaffa and Jerusalem, it was the first Palestinian feature film, and this was part of the Center’s activities at the Cannes Film Festival.

The Arab Cinema Center is a non-profit organization established in 2015 with the aim of promoting Arab cinema. The Arab Cinema Center offers Arab filmmakers a professional window to communicate with the film industry around the world, through a series of events that establish and enable the formation of commercial networks with representatives of companies and institutions in the production sectors joint participation. External distribution and more The activities of the Arab Cinema Center vary between pavilions in the main markets, knowledge sessions between Arab and foreign directors, receptions, meetings with institutions, festivals and international companies, and the issuance of the Arab Cinema magazine to be distributed to the pioneers of festival markets.

The Arab Cinema Center launched the Arab Cinema Guide, a service-oriented comprehensive film guide based on a set of tools presented together for the first time, with the aim of providing information related to Arab cinema to filmmakers around the world. Outside the Arab world and facilitating the access of Arab filmmakers and directors to global markets, the international film industry can easily identify Arab film products.

The Arab Cinema Center launches the campaign for 75 years of Palestinian cinema

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