An entertaining serialized plot with plenty of twists, nudity and violence, but not the same grim streak or stuffiness of something like "The Borgias."
Myriad Pictures has reported brisk international sales for Rubba Nadda's thriller "Inescapable" at Berlin.
Cohen Media Group has acquired U.S. distribution for Cherien Dabis' comedy-drama "May in the Summer."
Observing the upheaval that ensues when an Arab-American bride-to-be returns to the family homestead in Amman, Jordan, this warmly conceived but largely formulaic picture is by turns sensitive and…
The Sundance Film Festival posted its full screening schedule Friday night, stacking the front half of the fest with high-profile indies after drama "May in the Summer" and music docu "Twenty Feet…
IFC Films has acquired U.S. distribution rights to writer-director Ruba Nadda's thriller "Inescapable" from Myriad Pictures.
After middlebrow romance "Cairo Time," Canadian helmer-writer Ruba Nadda returns to a Middle Eastern setting to try her hand at political thriller "Inescapable"; the results do not impress.
A happily married, middle-aged Canadian woman opens to the sensuality of Egypt in this middlebrow romance.
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