It's becoming a truism in the Arab world: Revolutions and coups are good for ratings.
Egyptian billionaire entrepreneur Naguib Sawiris and Franco-Tunisian mogul Tarak Ben Ammar have formed a strategic partnership to produce and distribute a slate of films and TV content for…
The popular uprising in Tunisia, which ousted President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali after 23 years in power, is proving that clamping down on information outlets anywhere these days is like trying to put…
The turmoil in Tunisia is not affecting the shoot of Jean-Jacques Annaud's epic "Black Gold," toplining Antonio Banderas and Freida Pinto, which will wrap its Tunisian production on schedule this…
Proving the pervasive power of TV on the cultural identity of a people, Tunis-based satcaster Nessma TV is positioning itself as a catalyst of change for the Maghreb region and North Africa's…
Hollywood may house more soundstages than anywhere, but then there's the Tarak Ben Ammar studio system in Tunisia.
Harvey Weinstein calls him "boss." Rupert Murdoch, Silvio Berlusconi and Saudi Prince Al Waleed bin Talal call him friend.
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