He tells the story of "the first Emirati martyr," policeman Salem Khamis

The movie "The Battle of Tunb" attracts a wide audience at the "Al Owais Foundation"

Distinguished public attendance watched the film screening, led by the martyr's brother.

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Yesterday, the Sultan Bin Ali Al Owais Cultural Foundation organized, as part of the activities of the Cinema Club, a screening of the cartoon film “The Battle of Tunb”, which tells the story of “the first Emirati martyr”, the policeman Salem Suhail Khamis.

The show was attended by a large audience of citizens and residents, in addition to public figures, led by Hareb Suhail Khamis, brother of the martyr Salem Suhail Khamis, who in turn participated in the dialogue that took place at the end of the film screening.

The movie "The Battle of Tunb", through animated images, presented the story of the first Emirati martyr, through a heroic battle that history recorded for him and his brave companions in letters of gold. The film garnered thousands of views during its launch last November, and the film also recorded great interaction and wide positive feedback.

The film's director and screenwriter, Muhammad Al-Shehhi, said, "The film is a collective product of the (Dana Cultural Entertainment) team, where ideas and discussions mixed with the group, such as Latifa Majid bin Kutta, who painted the film's paintings, and Asmaa Aylan Al-Hamli, who reviewed the historical material, and Aisha. Hassan Al-Hashemi, Ahmed Musabeh Al-Marri, Ibrahim Muhammad Al-Farsi, Abdullah Salem Al-Nuaimi, and Al-Hammam Yahya Al-Qasim.

In turn, Latifa Majed talked about the mechanism of drawing pictures and imagining the scenes, and said that "the voice of the actors provided her with a lot of imagination to complete the scene of the picture." Asma Ailan said: "She relied on many official sources and oral stories, to verify the facts of the story that date The incident of the first Emirati martyr on November 30, 1971.

On the sidelines of the film, dozens of paintings were shown that documented the mechanism of the film, and the audience toured among them, and listened to an explanation by the team, which made a great effort to present artwork that reaches different age groups, especially children who accompanied their families to attend the show.

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