DTFFDoha Tribeca Film Festival (Doha, Qatar)
DTFFDaisuke Takahashi Fan Forum (skating; Japan)
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While lucrative competitions and swish red carpet ceremonies for films' world and regional premieres have played a prominent role at DIFF, ADFF and the former DTFF, Qumra promises to be a low-key affair.
With ample funding and a drive to promote its own homegrown talent, the Doha Film Institute, which sponsors the DTFF, is giving its all to bringing Arab women into its workshops and getting their films up on the screen.
The films will also appeal to the multicultural population of Doha, further reiterating our mandate to create a truly community-centred festival," said Issa Bin Mohammed Al Mohannadi, DTFF Vice Chair.
DFI has also appointed OMD to handle its media ac- count for DTFF. Speaking of OMD's appointment, Fadi Chamat, general manager of OMD Lower Gulf, said:"DTFF is central to promoting the local and regional film industry and Arab filmmakers.
The jury prizes were the first ones ever handed out at DTFF, which launched in 2009.
The DTFF programme will be presented in four distinctive categories: the Arab Film Competition, World Panorama, Special Screenings and the Arab Short Film Competition.
The second annual Doha Tribeca Film Festival (DTFF) will run from October 26-30.
Carlo, a prominent member of the Filipino community here, is best known as the lead actor and producer of first Filipino movie entry in the Doha Tribeca Film Festival (DTFF), I Love You Ma'am.
Katara DFI Cinema to screen documantries To celebrate National Sports Day Katara Cultural Village and Doha Film Institute (DFI) presents a free screening of two compelling sports documentaries, which received their MENA premieres at Doha Tribeca Film Festival (DTFF) 2012, as a part of Katara DFI Cinema.
DTFF 2012 fall grants included auteur driven projects for established filmmakers such as Merzak Allouache's Terraces, Ibrahim Al Batout`s Ali, the Goat & Ibrahim, Ghassan Salhab's The Valley, as well as projects by emerging talents that handle serious themes in an illuminating and sympathetic way including Amin Matalqa's Red Valantine, the Iraqi/Kurdish feature Memories on Stone by Shawkat Amin Korki Marjoun and the Flying Headscarf by Susan Youssef.
Doha: An Algerian film about a reformed jihadist who returns home in an attempt to start over has won the top prize at the fourth Doha Tribeca Film Festival (DTFF).
Around 1,000 guests attended the opening of the fourth edition of Doha Tribeca Film Festival (DTFF), the annual cultural event of Doha Film Institute (DFI), at Souq Waqif today.