Four Pakistani films to be screened at Pakistan Film Festival in New York
KARACHI: ARY Films, Pakistan’s leading film distribution and production house in Pakistan, will be showcasing four films at the two-day Pakistan Film Festival organised by the Pakistan Mission in New York on 3rd and 4th December, 2016.
Two movies released recently under the ARY Films banner –Dobara Phir Se and Lahore Say Aagey – will have their premiere at the Film Festival in New York.
In addition, Oscar award winner Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy’s animated blockbuster 3 Bahadur and Mahira Khan-starrer Ho Mann Jahaan will also be screened during the two-day festival.
“It is proud moment for ARY Films to be a part of this film festival, and showcasing some of the brilliant body of work we have brought forth under our umbrella to this prestigious audience.” stated Salman Iqbal, Founder and President of ARY Digital Network, who will also be attending the Film Festival.
CEO ARY Digital Network, Jerjees Seja, shares “The ARY Films team is extremely proud of the work we have been doing under the ‘Made in Pakistan’ umbrella in the last five years for the revival of cinema and we hope to keep raising the benchmark for the industry as we enter 2017.”
To support their films being showcased at the Film Festival, the actors & directors are also making it to New York including Mahira Khan, Saba Qamar, Wajahat Rauf, Yasir Hussain, Sheheryar Munawar, Asim Raza, Tooba Siddiqui, Adeel Husain, Sanam Saeed and Mehreen Jabbar.
About ARY Films:
ARY Films is a film distribution and production company in Pakistan, part of ARY Digital Network. ARY Digital Network has started up a company with the name of ‘ARY Films’. It has taken its first step towards becoming the premium entertainment provider in the region with the first commercial release ‘Main Hoon Shahid Afridi’ which was successfully running nationwide.
ARY Films is the only Brand in Pakistan which is not only releasing films in Pakistan but also worldwide in countries which include UK, USA, Canada, Europe and the Middle East.