The full-service Saudi production hub, which is becoming a major driver of the kingdom’s effort to build a film and TV industry almost from scratch, will be hosting courses held by The Korean Academy of Film Arts (KAFA), South Korea‘s top national film school.
The partnership will offer a wide range of types of training comprising workshops and masterclasses pertaining to key industry aspects such as production, direction, screenwriting, cinematography and sound design. The program will kick off early next year with a directing masterclass and workshop conducted at the Neon media hub, which boasts the largest studio facility in the region.
“We are delighted to partner with NEOM in nurturing Saudi filmmakers for the future of the world cinema.” - Park Ki-yong, chair of KOFIC
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