CANNES — Lebanese actress-turned-helmer Nadine Labaki, whose latest film “Where Do We Go Now” won prizes in Cannes and Toronto, is set to direct her third pic, “Cafarnaúm” (Capernaum), a $4 million…
Despite the familiarity of its tale about recriminations, revelations and reconciliations, Laila Marrakchi's family drama is consistently engaging and frequently amusing.
Fox International Prods. is saying “Mea Culpa,” acquiring distribution rights for the Latin America, Germany and the United States on director Fred Cavaye’s thriller. Fox announced the deal on the…
Ahd, 32, has been drawing notice internationally for her perf as a hypocritical hardline schoolmistress in Haifaa al-Mansour's "Wadjda."
ROME -- Sophia Loren will be feted by Italy's Taormina Film Festival, which is being transformed from a mostly arthouse showcase to a populist event dedicated to global comedies.
CANNES -- Charlotte Gainsbourg is to star in comicbook artist-turned-helmer Riad Sattouf's satirical comedy "Jacky au royaume des filles" (Jacky in Women's Kingdom).
The genial and at times genuinely inventive pic should achieve modest arthouse success.
The literate, deeply felt story of a woman attempting to take control of her life.
Lebanese helmer Nadine Labaki is set to helm the dramedy "Where Do We Go Now?," a follow-up to her critically acclaimed feature debut "Caramel."
As the Arab world's premier music video helmer, Nadine Labaki made a name for herself as one of the first artists to push forward the image of the modern Arab woman thanks to her frequent…
While their male counterparts have delivered a slew of serious, commercially underperforming pics about war and conflict, femme helmers Nadine Labaki and Marjane Satrapi have found humor to be a more…
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