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Red Sea International Film Festival


The second edition of the Red Sea International Film Festival (RedSeaIFF) will run in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia from December 1-10, 2022.
The inaugural Red Sea International Film Festival took place from December 6 -15, 2021 with live dailies on filmfestivals.com.

The Red Sea International Film Festival brings the best in Arab and World Cinema to Jeddah Old Town. The Festival showcases exciting new films on the Saudi big-screen, alongside retrospective programs celebrating the masters of cinema, the latest Saudi films, and feature and short film competitions. There are also industry events and workshops nurturing the next generation of talent.

In ‘Celebration of Women in Cinema’, the Red Sea International Film Festival (RedSeaIFF), hosted a gala event this evening at the 75th Cannes International Film Festival on the grounds of the magnificent Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc in Cap d’Antibes.


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GQ Gala at the Park Hyatt, Jeddah to celebrate art, culture and film during RSIFF 22

The Red Sea International Film Festival and GQ Magazine came together to host the first GQ Gala at the Park Hyatt, Jeddah to celebrate art, culture and film alongside the second edition of the RSIFF, which over the last 8 days has welcomed the global film community to showcase the very best of cinema on Saudi screens. 

 

Mohammed Al Turki; CEO of the RedSeaIFF added: “We are delighted to be partner with GQ who are a long-standing supporter of art, creativity, fashion and film. The collaboration is a great way to bring together people from the different but relevant fields to network and make connections. The country is rapidly securing its position as a hub for cultural events, arts, fashion, and we look forward very much to working with them to champion creativity.”

 

The event was attended by writers, producers, directors, and actors working at the heart of the industry including; Ranbir Kapoor, Yousra, Mo Amer, Mohamed Diab, Nelly Karim, Mohamed Hadid, Ali Sulaiman, Said Taghmaoui, Seba Mubarak, Shereen Reda, Baraa Alem, Yassir AlSaggaf,  Ayten Amer, Mew Suppasit, Thomas Doherty, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Isabel Adjani, Gaspar Noé, Ross Butler, Blake Gray, Angus Cloud, Lucky Blue Smith, Ed Westwick, Amy Jackson, Rob Raco, Karen Wazen, Alaa Faden, Ibraheem Alkhairallah, Lena Perminova, Adele Exarchopoulos, Fai Khadra, Neels Visser, Twan Kuyper, Chantel Jeffries, Tessa Brooks, Alissa Violet, Suede Brookes, Kendall Visser, Numan Acar, Peggy Gu, Paz Vega.

 

Worldwide party band Phyl Boyz opened the evening, performing their iconic upbeat acoustic set to the high-profile guests in attendance. Iconic South Korean DJ Peggy Gou also performed, renowned internationally having performed at legendary festivals from Glastonbury to Dekmantel, closing the evening with her playful, unmistakeable sound.

 

The second edition of the Red Sea International Film Festival runs in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia from December 1-10, 2022. 

 

 

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