IFC Films has acquired U.S. distribution rights to writer-director Ruba Nadda's thriller "Inescapable" from Myriad Pictures.
After middlebrow romance "Cairo Time," Canadian helmer-writer Ruba Nadda returns to a Middle Eastern setting to try her hand at political thriller "Inescapable"; the results do not impress.
The "locally grown" movement has come to Toronto.
Looking for emerging trends in mainstream cinema? Consider the bookends of this year's Toronto Intl. Film Festival.
Love was in the air -- not to mention on the screen -- at Monday's New York premiere of "Cairo Time," held at Cinema CC.
A happily married, middle-aged Canadian woman opens to the sensuality of Egypt in this middlebrow romance.
"The Young Victoria," starring Emily Blunt, will close the Toronto Film Festival on Sept 19.
An entertaining tale about tolerance with a capital T, "Coldwater" (frequently called by its original title "Sabah") comes dangerously close to being a Syrian "My Big Fat Greek Wedding." Here…
German international sales company Beta Cinema will make its first foray into the English-lingo market at the Cannes Film Festival, which kicks off May 14, with the Canadian film "Coldwater" and…
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