The Dubai Film Festival has assembled a rich roster of docus about the post Arab Spring world, which will unspool in its competitive Muhr Arab Documentaries section.
The little-known spark that helped ignite the Arab Spring is brought to light in Sami Tlili's forceful "Cursed Be the Phosphate," an awkward-sounding title for a clearly made, even elegant docu.
Abu Dhabi offers regional and global filmmakers a showcase
Regional fests pump coin, helping next-gen talent come up with innovative works
Revolution was the focus of World Cinema Fund Day at the Berlinale on Wednesday as filmmakers from the Arab region shared their experiences from the Arab Spring.
Goteborg may be a long way from Tunis, Cairo or Damascus, but its focus this year on Arabic-language filmmaking is timely.
The Muslim holy month of Ramadan is a time for community, when families gather around the TV set to break the daily fast.
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