Gibran's 'The Prophet' premieres at Toronto film fest
The second Ajyal Youth Film Festival will host the Middle East premiere of "The Prophet"
Khalil Gibran’s "The Prophet,"co-financed by the Doha Film Institute, marked its world premiere at Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) on Saturday.
The second Ajyal Youth Film Festival, presented by the Doha Film Institute, will host the Middle East premiere of "The Prophet" on its closing night gala on December 6.
An adaptation of Gibran’s beloved book, the film features animated sequences by award-winning directors from across the globe, including Harib.
This article was first published in Saudi Gazette on Monday, Sept. 08, 2014.
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