Saudi Arabia is looking into working with the Indian film industry.
Saudi Culture Minister Prince Badr bin Abdullah bin Farhan, Minister of Culture, and Film Commission CEO Abdullah Al Qahtani investigated ties with the Indian film industry in India.
The discussions focused on Saudi Arabia’s comprehensive cinema offering and the synergistic prospects for Indian filmmakers.
The Saudi Press Agency claimed that other issues discussed included the diversity of filming settings in the Kingdom and the Red Sea, rising industry talent in Saudi Arabia and the wider region, and the blooming film ecosystem to support the Kingdom’s aspirations for the sector.
Saudi Arabia helps Indian filmmakers by facilitating regulation and providing competitive incentives and promotion schemes.
The Red Sea International Film Festival, which has quickly established itself on regional and international stages, was also emphasized as a venue for the Indian film industry to display its creative output and interact with Saudi consumers.
The Festival’s success is also a testament to the Kingdom’s film industry’s continued progress as it strives to become the Middle East’s new film industry powerhouse.
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