Egyptian authorities have released Canadian filmmaker John Greyson and physician Tarek Loubani after they spent nearly 50 days in a crowded Cairo prison without charges being pressed.
Egypt has selected Ibrahim El Batout's eye-opening drama "Winter of Discontent," about the events that led up to the Tahrir Square uprising, as its candidate for the foreign-language film Academy…
Al-Jazeera is taking legal action against Egyptian authorities, claiming that its journalists have been arrested without charges and harassed in past months, its London-based lawyers announced…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
With the country in turmoil, the Egyptian presence at Venice is small this year. The notable exception being multi-hyphenate Amr Waked, who is on the Lido wearing two hats despite what he claims is…
A veteran Sky News cameraman has been shot and killed whilst covering the protests in Egypt. Sixty-one-year-old Mick Dean, who had worked for Sky for 15 years, was killed in Cairo on Wednesday as the…
Egyptians are hoping things settle down soon, but they are very concerned. Case in point: producer Mohamed Hefzy.
It's becoming a truism in the Arab world: Revolutions and coups are good for ratings.
As violence escalates in Egypt, confusion reigns supreme in politics, in economics and even in media. Among the concerns: a media clampdown by security forces reportedly trying to muzzle Al Jazeera…
ROME — Calm returned to Cairo on Thursday after a night of dancing in the streets in Egypt and celebrations over the ouster of Islamist president Mohamed Morsi, who has been replaced by the chief…
News crews throughout the world scrambled in the fast-moving chain of events in Egypt as the military overthrew the administration of Mohamed Morsi, replacing the president with the chief justice of…
Audiences seem to be tuning out the broadcast networks on Sunday this summer, with ABC’s unscripted newcomers and NBC’s new drama struggling while even “Big Brother” looking sluggish at it aired on…