British screenwriter Majima Goldsmith is keen to mentor young Pakistani filmmakers and bring them international recognition.
Jemima Goldsmith recently gave an exclusive interview to Geo News saying that there is a lot of talent in Pakistan, so she is interested in mentoring young Pakistani filmmakers to help develop their films and that It should be ensured that the films made by them get global recognition.
Talking about his new film ‘What’s love got to do with it’, he revealed that I think Pakistan has the most incredible talent and I would like to start some kind of fund to help Pakistani filmmakers. Or want to bring a mentorship scheme.
He said that I am also talking to my friend Fatima Bhutto about bringing some kind of fund or mentorship scheme to help Pakistani filmmakers so that people around the world can see their great talent.
She added, “I know it’s been a busy year for Pakistani filmmakers, they’ve made many documentaries and feature films that are loved all over the world, but if you think about how difficult filmmaking is, Realize that filmmakers need support to do their job.
Jemima Goldsmith appreciated the talent in Pakistan and said that there is a lot of talent in this country and I want to find suitable ways to help highlight the talent of this country at the international level.