Lights up on Doha film festival

Second edition of the event highlights Middle Eastern talent and showcases the best of world cinema.

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    The annual Doha Tribeca Film Festival has launched its second edition in Qatar's capital.

    The Qatari version of the renowned New York-based event showcases movies with Middle Eastern themes, including the Algerian struggle for independence and the fight for a Palestinian homeland.

    It aims to highlight talent in the region and bring the best of world cinema to the Gulf nation.

    Dorsa Jabbari reports from the film festival's red carpet in Doha.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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