Variety film critics Justin Chang and Peter Debruge discuss those thesps whose turns may fall below the radar but shouldn't be ignored
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Egyptian melodrama "Lust" (Al-shooq), directed by Khaled al-Haggar, took home the Golden Pyramid Thursday night at the 34th Cairo Film Festival, the oldest annual cinema event in the Arab world.
The 14th annual Arab Film Festival lands in Los Angeles with award-winning Algerian comedy "Masquerades" as lead bow.
Veteran Tunisian helmer Nouri Bouzid's film about the making of a terrorist works splendidly as long as the director sticks to the confused longings of an aimless young man who's vulnerable to…
Crime is up, employment down, and still our taxes soar ...." The year is 1224, the "modern times" of this appealing musical, and -- despite its Big Issues ("race, religion, color, class and money")…
There's something deeply unsettling about the primal howl that pours forth from Holly Hunter near the end of "By the Bog of Cats," the Irish play in which the very American thesp is making her U.K…
Long before "The Golden Ass" opened in Toronto, Canadian Opera Co. boss Richard Bradshaw was carefully making distinctions between accessible and cheap in referring to this new work by Robertson…