The commission hosted nearly 150 producers, directors, media professionals, and filmmakers from all over the world.
At the 73rd edition of the Berlin International Film Festival, the Saudi Film Commission participated in a number of cinematic events to introduce the Saudi film industry, emphasize its financial incentives, ideal production locations, and the initiatives and programmes offered by the commission to develop this industry locally, according to a report by Saudi Press Agency.
The incentive programme is one of the strategic initiatives of the Saudi Film Commission to develop the film industry in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The programme aims to make the Kingdom a global destination for film production.
The commission’s strategic targets fall in line with the objectives of Saudi Vision 2030 to develop and diversify the economic base and increase employment rates.
The delegation, which included Saudi filmmakers and representatives of non-profit associations, attended several specialised workshops and met with a group of international experts and filmmakers.
In cooperation with Film AlUla and Neom, the commission hosted nearly 150 producers, directors, media professionals, and filmmakers from around the world for a luncheon that highlighted the commission’s programmes and initiatives.