Kuwait Hosts ''Arab Cinema Days''
The national council for culture, arts and letters organizes the "Arab Cinema Days" next month within the framework of celebrating Kuwait as the capital of culture for the year 2001, according to Kuwaiti News Agency (KUNA).
The opening ceremony will be held at al-Shaab garden where all the movies will be screened.
Amer al-Zuhair, supervisor of cinema at the council said in a press conference that this ceremony is an opportunity to watch elite of Arab movies such as "Irk al-Balah" and "al-Madinah" from Egypt, "Taif al-Madina" from Lebanon, "Turab al-Gurabaa" from Syria, "Keswa", "Ghabat al-Madfoon from Tunisia and "Sahafiyoun" from Algeria, "Ali Zawa" from Morocco and “al-Sedra" from Kuwait.
The organizing committee of the ceremony called the prominent Arab and gulf artists to participate in the ceremony. However, Yosra, Mona Wasef, Norman Asaad, Ali Abu Shadi and Hussein Fahmi will attend the ceremony.
Critics, artists, directors and journalists attending the festival will take part in a seminar on the future of Arab cinema – Albawaba.com
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