French film icon Catherine Deneuve awarded the Marrakech Intl. Film Festival's top honor, the Golden Star, to Estonian film "Autumn Ball" at the closing ceremony Saturday night.
The Marrakech Intl. Film Festival opened with a flash of stellar energy Friday evening as Martin Scorsese bestowed the event's Golden Star on Leonardo DiCaprio.
Palestinian hip-hop, tall tales in Jordan, the gritty realities of war in Lebanon and a pair of star-crossed lovers straddling the Arab-Israeli divide. The Sundance Film Festival has lined up a…
In the movie business, Morocco is most often thought of as a location for Hollywood blockbusters, a place to film Middle Eastern-flavored settings in relative safety.
Few filmmakers can claim to have real royalty in their corner but the next generation of Moroccan directors, producers and screenwriters can count more than most on the monarchy's support.
Next year Morocco will fete 50 years of film by marking the anniversary of Mohamed Ousfour's 1958 feature "Le Fils maudit" (The Damned Son), but for now the Intl. Film Festival of Marrakech is…
In the movie business, Morocco is most often thought of as a location for Hollywood blockbusters, a place to film Middle Eastern-flavored locations in relative safety.
Next year Morocco will celebrate 50 years of film by marking the anniversary of Mohamed Ousfour's 1958 feature "Le Fils maudit" (The Damned Son), but in the meantime the Intl. Film Festival of…
Once the undisputed center of Arab production, Egypt's TV industry has suffered of late from cumbersome bureaucracy, overstaffing and continued state meddling. The Egyptian Radio and Television Union…
A wife struggles to declare the death of her long disappeared husband. A little girl suffers abandonment by her idol. A young woman endeavors to tap sexual desire through art.
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