Become a Juror for Ajyal Film Festival 2019

Summary 

Red carpet, international stars, local film premieres - never has a festival of this magnitude been so close and exclusive to you.

As a member of the Ajyal Jury, you watch films, discuss with fellow-jurors and film experts, vote for the winners of the Ajyal Film Festival, and use your energy to bring about positive change far beyond Ajyal.

The experience of being an Ajyal Juror is unparalleled: an inspiring and creative hands-on experience that not only instills an appreciation of good cinema, but also the values of team work, critical thinking and leadership.

Join the Ajyal Film Festival Jury from 17 – 23 November 2019.

Juries

There are three Ajyal Competition juries in three age groups. They are:

  • Mohaq: Mohaq means ‘New Moon’ in Arabic, and these are Ajyal’s youngest jurors, aged 8 to 12. The young people of this jury will watch a programme of short films and four feature-length films.
  • Hilal: Hilal means ‘Crescent Moon’ in Arabic, Ajyal’s jurors aged 13 to 17. Hilal jurors watch four feature films and a programme of shorts make up the Hilal jury’s festival programme.
  • Bader: The most mature of Ajyal’s juries, Bader (Arabic for ‘Full Moon’) jurors are aged 18 to 21 and will select their favourite films from five features and a programme of short films.

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