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The Citadel Festival for Student Cinema, which is held for the first time in Syria, is an opportunity for students studying cinema with its various sciences and specializations to present their films and their experiences in front of the public, to see the experiences of others and to benefit from them.

The festival, which opened today in the corridors of the Citadel of Damascus, will present 42 films from 14 countries in addition to 12 Syrian films, distributed between the productions of the Technical Institute of Applied Arts and the Youth Cinema Support Project sponsored by the General Film Organization.

The festival opened with the screening of the Spanish film (Where You Cannot Access) in addition to the screening of (Kharza Zarka) and (The Nightmare) from Syria, (Returning to Gaza) from Palestine, (The Broken) from Iran, (Thinking About What) from Egypt and (Copy ) From Spain and (Souda) from Mauritania, interspersed with pieces of songs and music.

Tawfiq Al-Imam, Assistant Minister of Culture, said in a statement to SANA to the importance of hosting the Damascus Citadel for this festival due to its historical importance, stressing that this event is an opportunity for these young people to present their first experiences and see the products of their students abroad, stressing the ministry’s support for all projects that serve youth and develop their talents.

General Director of the General Cinema Organization, Murad Shaheen, in turn stated that the festival contributes to supporting young people and providing them with the opportunity to prove themselves, wishing everyone who had a cinematic talent to make continuous effort to develop their capabilities because success in the seventh art requires continuous work and taking advantage of the opportunity to learn about the experiences of Arab and foreign students The festival enables them to enhance their expertise.

General Director of the General Cinema Organization, Murad Shaheen, in turn stated that the festival contributes to supporting young people and providing them with the opportunity to prove themselves, wishing everyone who had a cinematic talent to make continuous effort to develop their capabilities because success in the seventh art requires continuous work and taking advantage of the opportunity to learn about the experiences of Arab and foreign students The festival enables them to enhance their expertise.

General Director of the General Cinema Organization, Murad Shaheen, in turn stated that the festival contributes to supporting young people and providing them with the opportunity to prove themselves, wishing everyone who had a cinematic talent to make continuous effort to develop their capabilities because success in the seventh art requires continuous work and taking advantage of the opportunity to learn about the experiences of Arab and foreign students The festival enables them to enhance their expertise.

General Director of the General Cinema Organization, Murad Shaheen, in turn stated that the festival contributes to supporting young people and providing them with the opportunity to prove themselves, wishing everyone who had a cinematic talent to make continuous effort to develop their capabilities because success in the seventh art requires continuous work and taking advantage of the opportunity to learn about the experiences of Arab and foreign students The festival enables them to enhance their expertise.

General Director of the General Cinema Organization, Murad Shaheen, in turn stated that the festival contributes to supporting young people and providing them with the opportunity to prove themselves, wishing everyone who had a cinematic talent to make continuous effort to develop their capabilities because success in the seventh art requires continuous work and taking advantage of the opportunity to learn about the experiences of Arab and foreign students The festival enables them to enhance their expertise.

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