Arabia Pictures Group signs a pact with Tanweer on film production and distribution in the MENA region

Saudi Arabia’s rapid expansion Arabian Image Group proudly associates with Greek society Tanweer, and setting the stage for a strategic partnership, for years to come, on several projects in different media. The first undertaking will be to develop and produce a slate of three feature films to be shot in the region directed by emerging talent.

Emerging from the tremendous success of their Greek production SmyrnaTanweer ventures into co-producing feature films in the Arab world with the rising production division of Arabia Pictures Group.

Roua Almadani, CEO of Arabia Pictures, said, “We are thrilled to be working with a media powerhouse like Tanweer, and our partnership involves many projects ranging from film production to talent development to news investments. technologies. Producing original content together will allow storytellers across the region to continue sharing their distinctive stories. »

Joseph Samaan, Chairman of Tanweer, added, “We are confident to partner with Arabia Pictures Group to create an original slate and bring quality genre films to audiences around the world. We also aim to collaborate together on Web3 and much more.

The first title that has just completed production is #Gawwezni”, a romantic comedy about a young man, Fares, who falls madly in love with Lily until a spell is cast on him and he cannot be true to his feelings, resulting in a series of misunderstandings, comical situations and humorous obstacles… jeopardizing the relationship. The film will be released by the end of the year.

Featuring The crown‘s Amir el-Masry and Zodiacof Mayan El Sayed and veterans Sabrin and Bayoumi Fouad. It is directed by first-time filmmaker Essam Nassar, who has made a name for himself with successful commercials and music videos.

Rony Mitri, Managing Director of Arabia Pictures Distribution, said, “We try to satisfy our audiences with entertaining quality films. APG will release the films theatrically in Saudi Arabia and the Gulf Territories. While our partner Tanweer will release the films across Europe, Asia and North America simultaneously with the MENA region.

The three-film pact between Arabia Pictures Group and Tanweer is joined by an Egyptian production company based there Vibration Studios.

Founded by Abdulelah Al-Ahmary and Roua Almadani, Arabian Image Group is a multi-faceted media and entertainment company based in Saudi Arabia. With a young team of creatives, APG is dedicated to film production, distribution, training, event management and advertising.

Embracing local culture at its core, APG aims to continue nurturing talent, sustaining appreciation for filmmaking, building a vibrant film industry, creating original and exciting cross-platform content, and generating sustainable business in the entertainment.

Seeking to establish international partnerships, Arabia Pictures aims to be a global player to continue to advance and bring creatives together.

Tanweerheaded by Joseph Samaan, is a well-established international business organization, having a commercial presence of 30 years in the audiovisual market with activities covering a wide variety of different sectors (distribution, sub-distribution, production, post-production, acquisition of film and television content, etc.) maintaining offices and facilities in various countries, including head offices in Dubai and Athens.

Founded in 1986, Vibration Studios, is a fully-fledged production company that strives to deliver exceptional and extraordinary content that meets every conceivable need. Our extensive services include film and television production, audio production, post-production and much more. As one of the first private studios in Egypt to offer such diverse services under one roof, we use the latest technology, software and equipment the market has to offer in order to maintain the top notch quality that we guarantee.

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