If you are curious about volunteering for the Ajyal Youth Film Festival (presented by Doha Film Institute), an open house is happening this weekend to answer all your questions and share all the exciting opportunities available to those looking to get involved! Volunteering is open to those 18 years of age and older.
Screening at the Museum of Islamic Art auditorium
English Screening at the Museum of Islamic Art auditorium
Doha Film Institute is calling young film-lovers to take part in a special sneak-preview of the Doha Film Experience this weekend! While juror registration for Ajyal Youth Film Festival has not yet quite begun, those who are interested in the opportunity are invited to join a special screening on Saturday. Ages 8 and up are welcome! Please email [email protected] now for more information and to RSVP!
‘Hekayat Khaleejiya’ is a quarterly screening series dedicated to showcasing cinematic voices from the Gulf region. Taking place at the Museum of Islamic Art, the series presents films accompanied by Q&A sessions with the filmmakers. It’s a great chance to gain insight into their work and process.
As part of our Hekayat Khaleejiya screening series and in association with Northwestern University in Qatar, DFI invites you to join acclaimed Gulf filmmakers Ahd, Khalid Al Mahmoud, Mohammed BuAli, Sara Al Saadi and Maaria Assami for a special filmmaking panel.
‘Metro Manila’ is a thrilling crime drama which received the Audience Award at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival and is the UK's submission for Foreign Language Oscar. Its screening at the Katara DFI Cinema marks the MENA premiere of this widely-acclaimed film.
The cinematic celebration of Qatar UK 2013 continues this weekend at the Museum of Islamic Art with treasured musical Oliver! and classic romantic comedy Four Weddings and a Funeral.
Doha Film Institute's Retrospective of Cinematic Master Abbas Kiarostami is closing this Saturday, but not before screening many wonderful films from the highly-respected Iranian director.