Mahmoud Kaabour's slick, enjoyable documentary sheds light on the plight of Dubai laborers who seek distraction from their hardships in a singing contest.
A delightfully inventive valentine to his 83-year-old Lebanese grandmother, Mahmoud Kaabour's "Grandma, a Thousand Times" tenderly deconstructs the family-portrait genre, investing all manner of…
The Montreal World Film Festival unveiled its slate of 383 films from 70 countries Tuesday, including opener "Coteau Rouge," Quebec helmer Andre Forcier's offbeat family drama, which world preems in…
The second Doha Tribeca Film Festival wrapped Saturday with three Arab films taking the big prizes and the closing night gala screening of Justin Chadwick's "The First Grader" nabbing the audience…
The Dubai Intl. Film Fest (DIFF) is boosting its industry ties with a series of initiatives designed to goose the Arab film biz.
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