His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Dubai International Film Festival, visited the DIFF offices at Dubai Media City yesterday for a final overview of Festival operations five days prior to its opening on Monday, December 6.
Dubai, November 30, 2004 Representatives of nine key Dubai Government departments and the federal Ministry of Education met with organizers of the Dubai International Film Festival yesterday to fine tune the countless logistical arrangements in place for the six-day Festival. From traffic routing to paramedic services, entry requirements to customs clearance, every aspect of the Festival
Dubai, November 30, 2004 Egyptian superstar Omar Sharif, who will be honored at the inaugural Dubai International Film Festival next week, yesterday heaped praise on the Festival and its aims, and wished Dubai every success in the days ahead. In an interview with Dubai Eye, part of Festival sponsor Dubai Radio Network, Sharif said he felt
Dubai, November 28, 2004 Dubai Media City today announced the three gold sponsors of the first-ever Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF) – Dom International, The Kanoo Group and National Bank of Dubai. The three Gulf-based companies make up the second tier of corporate participation in the Festival. All three Gold Sponsors, Festival organizers said, have made