A thwarted love affair plays out against the Israeli occupation of Gaza in Susan Youssef's low-budget romancer with more heart than style.
When Tom Cruise and James Cameron recently visited the United Arab Emirates, they helped put the region firmly on Hollywood's radar as well as on the list of hot (literally) new international…
Arab auds won't be getting the chance to mess with Adam Sandler after his laffer about the Palestinian-Israeli conflict "You Don't Mess With The Zohan" was blocked from Arab cinemas.
The first annual Gulf Film Festival (GFF) came to a close Saturday, awarding the Iraqi film "Ahlaam" as best feature, Kuwaiti film, "When The People Spoke" as best documentary and U.A.E. pic…
There is little argument that Dubai has established itself as city of dreams for expats from around the world.
Universal's "The Kingdom" has been banned in Bahrain and Kuwait. Helmer Peter Berg's pic, about an elite FBI team that journeys to Saudi Arabia to investigate a terror attack on a U.S. compound, has…
How do you launch a brand synonymous with cutting-edge programming and risque content in a region most commonly associated with conservative social mores?
Warner Bros. has inked a pay-per-view deal for its movies in the United Arab Emirates with Emirates Cable TV and Multimedia, known as E-Vision.
Dubai has declared itself open for business to the world's film biz. Some dozen Bollywood pics have shot in Dubai in 2006 alone. With a slew of Mideast-related films on the slate of many Hollywood…
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