It was almost inevitable that the Egyptian film industry would come up with the idea for a movie about the star-crossed affair of Diana, Princess of Wales, and the Egyptian-born Emad (Dodi) el Fayed.
Unlike their American counterparts, there's nothing anorexic-looking about Egyptian femme TV presenters and newsreaders.
It looks like a certain box office winner. In pre-production is an Arabic-lingo film about the 1981 assassination of Egyptian President Anwar Sadat.
Arab News Network (ANN) isn't about to knock the popular and widely viewed CNN off the Mideast airwaves, but it does promise to offer regional viewers an Arabic-lingo alternative to the U.S…
Does a woman's wig constitute a veil? That might sound like a pretty preposterous question. But at the Egyptian Radio and Television Union it is very much a hot issue, because some female TV…
Iran's recent presidential election, with its overwhelming win for liberal candidate Mohamed Khatami, would appear to spell good news for Iranian show business, which has often been stifled and…
A new Hollywood-on-the-Nile is rising on a 500-acre tract of reclaimed desert 10 miles south-west of Cairo, with the promise it is to be a combination Hollywood-style studio complex and theme park.
Brush up your English or find a new job, Egyptian film censors and translators are being told.
CAIRO – By most accounts, the 20th annual Cairo Intl. Film Festival, which closed Sunday, presented an unusually interesting and wide-ranging array of pics, and for once was not dominated by…
By the end of July, the Egyptian Radio & Television Union will be calling for detailed bids and contractual terms from the six pre-qualified international consortia for the first technical stage of…