Filmmakers of Azerbaijan and cultural figures of Pakistan establish cooperation
BAKU / Trend Life / - In Baku, the Narimanfilm film company met with a delegation of Pakistani film and art figures, including Omar Ijaz Khan, senior manager for the development of The Little Art festival in Lahore, and Said Ahmed, director of the Institute of Arts and Design at Sindh Jamshoro University Manga, told Trend Life in the press service of Narimanfilm. At the meeting, issues of cooperation between the Pakistani festival The Little Art and the Salam International Youth Film Festival, which is held in Baku for the first time from September 2 to 5, were discussed. "Salam Festival will be happy to welcome participants from our friendly country of Pakistan to its ranks," said the initiator and organizer of the festival, director of the film company Narimanfilm, Honored Worker of Culture, Nariman Mammadov. It was noted that the film company Narimanfilm has been a partner of the Giffoni festival in Italy for more than 6 years, where children are sent annually to participate in the festival. Here they are part of the jury,
gaining great experience in communicating with children from different countries, have a great opportunity to meet famous directors and actors, and also live in Italian families. "We decided that such a festival should be created in Azerbaijan, invite foreign children to live in our families, absorb this atmosphere of care and love that is transmitted from parents to children, get acquainted with culture, cuisine, national color, so that they I took away with me the
brightest impressions and positive emotions that would enable them to become good friends of the Azerbaijani people. I really hope that we will be able to implement our plans and bring all this to life. The main goals of the Salam festival are The popularization of Azerbaijan, our culture and traditions, the rallying of Azerbaijani children with their peers, the establishment of friendly relations for many years, "Nariman Mammadov said. Omar Ijaz Khan spoke about the festival The Little Art, which is held among talented children and gathers guests from many
countries, and expressed confidence that the cooperation between the two festivals will be fruitful and successful.
The parties talked about sharing experience with the Institute of Arts and Design at Sindh Jamshoro University. Director of the Institute, Said Ahmed Mangi, spoke about the warm impressions he had of his days spent in Baku. All guests expressed their admiration for the beauty of modern and historical architectural creations of our city, the unique aura of Icheri Sheher and the talented representatives of such fields of art as painting, music etc.