Abdellah Taia botches his adaptation of his own excellent novel, translated here with a distancing coldness not helped by emotionless perfs.
Considered Algeria's most important living director, Merzak Allouache delivers one of his best films with this multi-stranded tale.
A Nigerian media mogul has sued his country's secret police after being hauled in for questioning in the wake of a terror sweep that followed twin bombings last month.
Warner Bros. has acquired "Hench" and will develop the AIT/Planet Lar graphic novel as the template for a comic screen vehicle for Danny McBride.
The Mouse is planning to battle the beasties. Disney has picked up the film rights to graphic novel "Monster Attack Network" from publisher AIT and Planet Lar for Jason Netter ("Wanted") to produce.
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"Raja" centers on the relationship between a rich white man and a poor Arab girl young enough to be his daughter. Yet nothing's as simple as it may at first seem in this intriguing, provocative and…
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