In its second edition, the festival was given its current name. Thanks to the efforts of its organising team, the festival received a large number of children films submissions from around the world. Growing from its first experience, the festival expanded its goals from promoting film-making art among children and its role as an alternative […]

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Ali Institute of Education organized Pakistan’s first-ever 4-day “Children’s Shakespeare Festival” from November 3 to November 6, 2008. This Festival was organized to promote Arts education, and learning through the Arts, in Pakistan. At least 3,000 children, families, and teachers visited the Festival during its 4-day run. The management of the Festival was overwhelmed by […]

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