Baghdad - INA
The Ministry of Culture announced today, Thursday, that it has taken measures to support and produce cinematic films, while noting that the Islamic Culture Capital project deserves attention.
The ministry said in a statement received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that "the Minister of Culture, Tourism and Antiquities, Hassan Nadhim, discussed in his office today, with the advisory committee, ways to activate cultural, artistic and archaeological projects in all departments of the ministry."
The minister affirmed his support for the projects, ideas and practical visions presented by the members of the newly formed advisory committee, noting that "there are projects that deserve attention, such as the Islamic Culture Capital project, marketing artworks, and measures have been taken to support and produce cinematic films that have achieved a presence in international festivals."
During the meeting, the submitted projects were discussed, including: establishing a center for Iraqi memory in the field of antiquities and heritage, focusing on social sciences in the field of translation, marketing Iraqi artworks, holding international quality art exhibitions, investing heritage homes for cultural institutions, producing cinematic works and organizing a festival in the name of Baghdad Days. cinematography, and develop a plan for archaeological maintenance .