Cinema tickets are priced at AED 20, while online tickets are AED 10 per screening.
The countdown for the third edition of Sharjah Art Foundation’s annual film festival, Sharjah Film Platform, has begun. The festival is set to take place nine days from now on November 14 and will go on till November 21.
Featuring over 60 short and feature-length films from around the world, the festival will take place across cinemas in Sharjah and online.
SFP3 will also include a programme of talks and discussions on topics in contemporary film led by acclaimed filmmakers as well as fun hands-on workshops for adults and children.
The festival will see the Middle East premieres of the films The Shepherdess and the Seven Songs (2020) by Pushpendra Singh, Eyimofe (This is My Desire) (2020) by Arie and Chuko Esiri, Epicentro (2020) by Hubert Sauper, and Noah Land (2019) by Cenk Ertürk.
Films will be screened at The Flying Saucer, Sharjah Art Foundation’s iconic space-age landmark, the open-air Mirage City Cinema in the historic Al Mureijah neighbourhood; and Cinemacity IMAX in Zero 6 Mall near University City. The films will also be available to watch online.
Cinema tickets are priced at AED 20, while online tickets are AED 10 per screening. A festival pass for AED 50 will give attendees access to all the online screenings. Tickets are now available on the festival’s online platform and at the box office in all the screening venues.