beIN and SundanceTV’s partnership is bringing prominent American actor and producer Chace Crawford, pictured, to the seventh edition of Ajyal Film Festival, where beIN and SundanceTV are international media sponsors.
Presented by Doha Film Institute (DFI), this year’s Ajyal Film Festival will screen 96 inspiring films from 39 countries – showcasing the power of storytelling to shape perspectives and transform minds.
The six-day event, which will be held from November 18 to 23 at Katara – the Cultural Village, will feature public screenings, Ajyal jury screenings, interactive discussions, red carpet events and activities for people of all ages and generations.
Best known for his work on world-famous television series The Boys and Gossip Girl, Crawford will be present at the red carpet on the opening night ceremony of the Ajyal Film Festival along with other famous guests from around the world.
The American actor and producer will also take part in a meet and greet with more than 400 jurors aged between eight and 21 years from more than 48 countries.
beIN Media Group’s fruitful partnership with SundanceTV began in May of this year – as the entertainment channel became part of beIN’s premium 97 channel offering for its Mena subscribers, a statement notes.
Launched as an extension to the Sundance Film Festival, SundanceTV airs exclusive feature films, documentaries, short films and series, providing a platform for the best of emerging and established
beIN entertains and operates in 43 countries globally, including 24 countries across the Mena region. With broadcast on satellite in 4K and Full HD, the beIN experience is also available on mobile, tablet, computer and other home devices through
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