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Abu Dhabi Film Festival


The Abu Dhabi Film Festival (ADFF), powered by twofour54, is presented each October to help create a vibrant film culture throughout the region. With a focus on Arab cinema and the wealth of emerging and established film talent from around the world, ADFF has become one of the most anticipated cultural events in Abu Dhabi, helping to enhance the Emirate as a hub of creativity.  

Abu Dhabi Film Festival is committed to curating exceptional programs and engaging and educating the local community with their own and other cultures through the art of cinema. The work of Arab filmmakers is presented in competition with that of the international film industry’s most acclaimed talent.


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Sea Shadow cast at closing party

Actors Omar Al Mulla (Mansoor) and Neven Madi (Kaltham) of the Emirati film SEA SHADOW (2011) hanging out at closing party on final night of ADFF 2011 photo by Vanessa McMahon

Tilda Swinton at ADFF 2011

British Actress Tilda Swinton appeared at ADFF 2011 to receive an honor for her extensive career. Her latest film WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT KEVIN screened at the festival during the awards at The Marina Mall in Abu Dhabiphoto by Vanessa McMahon 

Tilda Swinton at ADFF 2011

British Actress Tilda Swinton appeared at ADFF 2011 to receive an honor for her extensive career. Her latest film WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT KEVIN screened at the festival during the awards at The Marina Mall in Abu Dhabiphoto by Vanessa McMahon 

Tilda Swinton at ADFF 2011

British Actress Tilda Swinton appeared at ADFF 2011 to receive an honor for her extensive career. Her latest film WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT KEVIN screened at the festival during the awards at The Marina Mall in Abu Dhabiphoto by Vanessa McMahon 

Tilda Swinton at ADFF 2011

British Actress Tilda Swinton appeared at ADFF 2011 to receive an honor for her extensive career. Her latest film WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT KEVIN screened at the festival during the awards at The Marina Mall in Abu Dhabiphoto by Vanessa McMahon 

AWARDS ADFF 2011

Best Film: Stories Only Exist When Remembered, directed by Julie Murat (Brazil, Argentina, France)“It was a unanimous decision by the jury to award this the Best Film prize. It's a film that opened a window onto a new perspective of both life and death. At once subtle but full of emotion, the story is universal and resonates days after the viewing experience.”-ADFF PRESSphoto by Vanessa McMahon 

AWARDS ADFF 2011

Best Film: Stories Only Exist When Remembered, directed by Julie Murat (Brazil, Argentina, France)“It was a unanimous decision by the jury to award this the Best Film prize. It's a film that opened a window onto a new perspective of both life and death. At once subtle but full of emotion, the story is universal and resonates days after the viewing experience.”-ADFF PRESSphoto by Vanessa McMahon 

AWARDS ADFF 2011

Best Producer from the Arab World: Souney Kadouh, This Narrow Place (Lebanon, USA)“For an independent spirit and a determined effort”-ADFF PRESSphoto by Vanessa McMahon 

AWARDS ADFF 2011

Best Producer from the Arab World: Souney Kadouh, This Narrow Place (Lebanon, USA)“For an independent spirit and a determined effort”-ADFF PRESSphoto by Vanessa McMahon 

AWARDS ADFF 2011

Best Actress (split prize): Memona Mohamed, Tears of Sand (Spain)“For skillful achievement and a graceful simplicity in creating a complex, understated and unexpected performance” Sonia Guedes, Stories Exist Only When Remembered (Brazil, Argentina, France) “For an elegant performance played with a haunting resonance and ageless gravitas”-ADFF PRESSphoto by Vanessa McMahon 

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