MISK Foundation Shoof is an annual, youth-focused event that presents opportunities and inspirations in digital visual media. The event brought together the leading success stories from the visual media sector which in turn helped in informing the attendees with the latest trends, insights and ideas shaping social media. entourage as one of the leading event organizers in KSA managed the whole event with perfection. entourage managed all the aspects of the event ranging from the content creation, agenda development, event planning to manage logistics and promoting the event ( PR & Media ) adding to that all activation and onsite management. entourage brought the leaders in the digital and visual world under one roof and made the event one of most successful events in the region that proves entourage as the right partner for organizing events in Saudi Arabia and UAE.
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The fifth session of the digital visual media forum “Shoof 2017” was successfully held in Jeddah on Sunday, December 10, with over 2000 young attendees. As one of the initiatives by the Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz “Misk” Foundation, the forum was organized to discuss the content industry in the virtual world and to interact with local and global social media figures and influencers. The opening session was hosted by Will Scougal, Snapchat’s Head of Creative Strategy, to tackle the visual media revolution and how Snapchat develops a better ways of communication through Snapchat’s camera. Many content developers, including Ibrahim Sarhan, Haifa Beseisso, Nayef Hamdan, Alia Alshamsi, and Selwan Elham, participated in a panel discussion titled “The Art of Creating Digital Stories” to share their experiences and the obstacles they faced in their journey towards success. The famous Youtubers “Saudi Reporters,” the twins Abdullah and Abdulaziz Bakr, presented a video specially produced for “Shoof” forum. In a short talk about “Visual for a Cause,” Dale Hudson, Associate Teaching Professor of Film and New Media at NYU in Abu Dhabi, discussed the visual reality technology and its opportunities. He explained that the emerging visual content trends revolve around story types attracted by the audience. Mr. Hattan Nasif, Vice President of Business Development at Midwam, participated in a short talk about the technology of VR and the impact of immersive experiences. He commented that this technology had become a fundamental platform to communicate with others. The distinguished calligraphy artist, Karim Jabbari, presented a creative live show “Light from the heart” using light in virtual reality to draw calligraphic work. In a session about “Entertainment or awareness: How to balance your content,” well-known content developers such as Ibrahim Basha, Haitham, Areej Alkhurafi, and Omar Farooq discussed the significance of content and context in creating stories and how stories can balance between noble social values and fun to send a meaningful message to the society.