'Pakistan in Focus' held at SCO film festival in Qingdao

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The Pakistani delegation at the In Focus Ceremony during the SCO film festival on June 15 in Qingdao. [Photo courtesy of the Embassy of Pakistan in Beijing]

The program "Pakistan in Focus" was held in Qingdao, during the SCO film festival on June 15.

Xin Long, Deputy Director of Qingdao Municipal Bureau of Culture, Radio, Film and Television welcomed the Pakistani delegation and termed the screening of Pakistani films as iconic, given the long history of Pakistan-China brotherhood.

A press conference was held, attended not only by Pakistani official delegation but also by the cast and crew of the selected Pakistani movies. All participants shed light on their experiences and expectations from the SCO film festival.

The film festival was unanimously declared to be a perfect platform for bringing the SCO member states closer by building a community of shared future.

Pakistani movie "Chalay Thay Saath," being selected for the "In focus ceremony and Film Exhibition," was well received by the Chinese audience.

Director Umer Adil, Producer Beenish Umer and lead actors Syra Shahrooz and Kent were present on the occasion and introduced their movie.

Furthermore, the cast and crew of Bin Roye, Jawani Phir Nahi Aani and Punjab Nahi Jaongi also promoted their respective movies at the screening of the films. 

Ambreen Jan, leader of Pakistani delegation, Mumtaz Zahra Baloch, Deputy Head of Mission, Embassy of Pakistan Beijing, Sultana Siddiqui, CEO of Hum TV and a Jury Member, Momina Duraid and eminent actors Humayun Saeed and Mehwish Hayat were also present on the occasion.

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