The FESTIVAL OF A LITTLE CINEMA has come to an end.
On November 26, 2021, the official closing ceremony of the Silent Film Festival was held at the Tohir Sobirov Cinema of the State Institution “Tojikfilm” with the participation of a wide range of filmmakers, cultural figures, intellectuals, cinematographers and guests.
Also in the cinema named after Tokhir Sobirov, an exhibition of photographs of Zaur Dakhte was held, which made a good impression on the guests and participants.
Mahmadsaid Shohiyon, Director of State Institution “Tojikfilm”, greeted the guests and participants and thanked the leadership of the Goethe Institute Uzbekistan for initiating and organizing such a film event, which strengthened self-knowledge, friendship, fruitful communication and popularization of silent films.
The ceremonial closing of the festival was marked by the play of soulful melodies and songs performed by the art group of Daler Sultonov.
Within the framework of the Silent Film Festival on November 26, 2021, guests of the event Jan Helfer from the Federal Republic of Germany and Shomansur Shorakhimov, Dildora Mukhammadaminova, Gulnoz Nabieva from the Republic of Uzbekistan got acquainted with the history and culture of the ancient Tajik people in the Gissar fortress.
The guests were satisfied with the reception and the high level of the festival and thanked the management of the State Institution “Tojikfilm” and the organizing committee.
At the closing of the Festival of Silent Cinema, the audience and participants of the festival were shown an animated film “Huwaido” and a German animated film “The Adventures of Prince Ahmed”.
The silent film festival was held under the auspices of Dushanbe, the cultural capital of the Commonwealth of Independent States in 2021, from November 24-26, 2021 at the initiative of the Goethe Institute of Uzbekistan together with the State Institution “Tojikfilm”.