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|Film Title||Companies||Job Title||Company||Status||Release Date|
|DAY OF THE FALCON|
Doha Film Institute, The (DFI)
|Producer||Completed||March 01, 2013|
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Luc Besson’s 170 million Euros ($229 million) film hub, La Cite du Cinema, may be investigated by France’s justice minister following a report by Gaul’s audit court highlighting irregularities and…
It's becoming a truism in the Arab world: Revolutions and coups are good for ratings.
Egyptian billionaire entrepreneur Naguib Sawiris and Franco-Tunisian mogul Tarak Ben Ammar have formed a strategic partnership to produce and distribute a slate of films and TV content for…
Franco-Tunisian media mogul Tarak Ben Ammar has acquired Egypt's politically independent ONTV with plans to integrate the satcaster with his North African Nessma network, and create a massive…
VENICE - The 69th Venice Film Festival kicked off Wednesday with a mix of politics, spectacle, and stars for its opening ceremony, followed by the bow of Mira Nair's "The Reluctant Fundamentalist."
Tarak Ben Ammar's high-flying Italian distributor Eagle Pictures has acquired Italian rights to Mira Nair's "The Reluctant Fundamentalist."
French judicial authorities have begun an investigation into the business affairs of Technicolor, as part of a civil lawsuit lodged by Tarak Ben Ammar against the post-production company, its former…
LONDON -- Franco-Tunisian mogul Tarak Ben Ammar has launched a cell-phone movie competition to promote young filmmakers in Tunisia.
PARIS -- The bulk of Tarak Ben Ammar's French post-production and visual effects business, Quinta Industries, has been shut down.
Tarak Ben Ammar's Quinta Industries, one of Gaul's biggest post-production and vfx facilities groups, has been placed under Gaul's equivalent to Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection by a French court.
Take Antonio Banderas as a desert sheikh and Freida Pinto as a harem charmer, add large doses of orientalism and vast stretches of sand, and you get $55 million worth of "Black Gold."