Arab News: The Red Sea Fund on Wednesday said it was funding 33 projects in Saudi Arabia, the wider Arab region and in Africa.The fund, launched by the Red Sea Film Foundation, is committed to nurturing and promoting skills development in the worldwide film sector. Its primary objective is to assist filmmakers from Saudi Arabia, the Arab region and Africa.
The renewed financial commitments underscore the fund’s dedication to nurturing the advancement of the regional film sector, with a special emphasis on the burgeoning Saudi industry.
The Red Sea Fund acts as a driving force behind the growth of up-and-coming filmmakers. It grants skilled individuals the ability to materialize their concepts.
Prioritizing Saudi talent, the fund is working to promote the Kingdom’s film sector, facilitating its success domestically and globally.The 33 new projects — which are in development — cover a diverse array of genres and narratives, highlighting the richness of storytelling not only in Saudi Arabia, but also across the region.
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