Abu Dhabi Launches A Film Festival Around The Theme Of Tolerance

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Tolerance Film Festival is kicking off tomorrow

Hot on the heels of Venice and Toronto, Abu Dhabi is launching their own film festival, which will take place from Thursday, September 12 to Saturday, September 14.

Under the patronage of Minister of Tolerance Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan and in collaboration with the German Embassy, Tolerance Film Festival, as the name suggests, will showcase films that promote peace and tolerance.

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Join us now for our TOLERANCE FILM FESTIVAL under the patronage of H.E. Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Tolerance, Manarat Al Saadiyat from September 12-14! Lets enjoy together some of the interesting documentaries, feature films and comedies. You can also enjoy a musical performance from the talented Emirates Youth Symphony Orchestra (EYSO) For more information, visit https://www.goethe.de/ins/ae/en/kul/sup/tff.html This film festival is orgaized by @germanyinuae in cooperation with the Goethe-Institut. انضموا إلينا الآن في المهرجان السينمائي للتسامح والذي يقام تحت رعاية معالي الشيخ نهيان بن مبارك آل نهيان ، وزير التسامح في الإمارات العربية المتحدة, في منارة السعديات من 12 وحتى 14 سمبتمبر/أيلول. فلنستمتع معاً ببعض الأفلام الشيقة الوثائقية والروائية أوالكوميدية والتي هي من إخراج كوكبة من المخرجين ذوي الأصول المختلفة مثل ألمانيا والولايات المتحدة ولبنان. كما و بمكنكم الإستمتاع بأداء أوركسترا متميز مقدم من أوركسترا الإمارات السيمفونية للناشئين. للمزيد من المعلومات يرجى زيارة الرابط التالي: https://www.goethe.de/ins/ae/ar/kul/sup/tff.html يقدم هذا المهرجان من قبل السفارة الألمانية و بالتعاون مع معهد جوته. #filmfestivals #filmscreening #germancinema #deutschefilme #funevents #abudhabilifestyle #myauh #mydubai #dubailife #dubai #ابوظبي #دبي #أفلام #المانية

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The movies will be screened at Manarat Al Saadiyat, Abu Dhabi and Cinema Akil in Dubai’s Al Serksal Avenue, and will see several Arab films, including Nadine Labaki’s Where Do We Go Now? A film set in rural Lebanese where the residents, who are a mix of Muslim and Christian, are on the verge of religious war; and The Heart of Jenin, a documentary that follows a refugee camp.

Global classic will also be screened. Moviegoers can expect to watch Robert Mulligan’s 1962 To Kill a Mockingbird, Exit by Karen Winther and Styx by Wolfgang Fischer.

The event will also include a concert by the Emirati Youth Symphony Orchestra conducted by Riad Kudsi.

Click here to see the full Tolerance Film Festival line-up.


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