Fatma Hassan Alremaihi, Chief Executive Officer of the Doha Film Institute (DFI), was selected in the Variety International Women’s Impact Report 2021 (women who impacted global entertainment). The report acknowledges women and their achievements on the occasion of International Women’s Day on March 8.
Doha Film Institute is an independent, not-for-profit cultural organization established in 2010 by Sheikha Al-Mayassa bint Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani to support the local’s growth film community. And marks as an important incubator of the Arab film industry and gives movie producers from the region a voice who, under Alremaihi’s guidance, make up around 48% of its upheld undertakings to date.
A recent study by Sorbonne University discovered that 41% of DFI-supported films presented at major worldwide film festivals were made by female producers higher than any other big funding organization.
Fatma Hassan Alremaihi, Festival Director and Chief Executive Officer of the Doha Film Institute (DFI), said, “We only focus on talent and storytelling, which has enabled us to support many women filmmakers.”
From Asia, North and Latin America, Europe, and Africa, Variety recognized fifty-four women, including Dua Lipa, Deepika Padukone, Cate Blanchett, Kawase Naomi, Juliana Algañaraz, Mehret Mandefro, Delphine Ernotte-Cunci, and many others.
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