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DIFF’s Free outdoor Screenings Return To The Beach

The Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF) have announced that the outdoor screenings return to THE BEACH this December. Film Fans will be treated to an exciting selection of screenings in a complimentary event beneath the stars for eight nights.   In a celebration of all things cinematic, the films this year will be showing at the Beach. It is a new addition to the retail and F&B landscape in JBR. The Beach is another one of Dubai’s developments catering to both local residents and tourists. Set against a scenic backdrop of the Arabian Sea, the destination provides an ensemble of options for community engagement including a host of outdoor activities, fitness facilities, retail stores, Cinema, restaurants, ‘The Market’, as well as ‘Splash Pad’, a play-area for kids – plentiful choices for a good day out.   On the opening night of the DIFF, film fans will be able to watch all the action live as it unfolds from the red carpet before nestling into your giant beanbag and enjoying a highly anticipated film curated by …

Dubai International Film Festival presents Open-Air Screenings for 2014

OUTDOOR SCREENINGS AT THE BEACH, OPPOSITE JBR PROMISE TO DRAW DUBAI’S CINEMA LOVERS The Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF) will once again host its free public film screenings, with a series of screenings at THE BEACH, opposite JBR between December 10th and December 16th starting at 7:30 pm each evening. On Wednesday, December 10th, guests at THE BEACH, opposite JBR will be able to enjoy the glamour and excitement of DIFF’s opening night red carpet, which will be broadcast live from the Madinat Arena at Madinat Jumeirah. Click HERE to download the schedule   SCREENINGS ARE AS FOLLOWS: Wednesday, December 10th: ‘St. Vincent’ directed by Theodore Melfi Theodore Melfi brings his much anticipated, heart-warming comedy ‘St Vincent’ to DIFF. ‘St Vincent’ stars Bill Murray as the cantankerous Vincent, a man set in his anti-social ways who is suddenly plagued by the presence of his young neighbor Oliver. Oliver’s mother Maggie, played by Melissa McCarthy, is forced to leave her son with Vincent for a few hours and soon an unusual friendship blossoms that changes both …