The Palm Springs Film Festival has announced the 45 foreign language Oscar submissions in the Awards section, a new program on Canadian cinema and the Modern Masters films. The foreign language…
Saudi Arabia, a country that still forbids its women citizens to drive, has submitted its first-ever feature film for Academy Award consideration: "Wadjda," a critically acclaimed triumph from female…
Saudi Arabia has its first entry, and Pakistan is repped for the first time in 50 years.
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Oct. 1 is the deadline for Oscar foreign-language submissions, and there are already some benchmarks: Saudi Arabia offered up its first-ever entry, and Pakistan will be part of the race for the first…
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The plot of "Wadjda" may seem simple -- a 10-year-old Saudi girl competes for a shiny new bike -- but Haifaa Al Mansour's remarkable debut contains some of the strongest social and political insights…
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Saudi Arabia has selected Haifaa Al Mansour's “Wadjda,” the first Saudi Arabian feature shot entirely within the kingdom and, also notably, one directed by a woman, as its entry for foreign language…
ROME — The Venice Film Festival has tapped Saudi femme helmer Haifaa Al Mansour ("Wadjda") to preside the jury of its Luigi De Laurentiis Award, handed out to a first work. Mansour was at Venice last…
L.A. Film Fest: 'Mother, ' 'Code' Nab Jury Awards; 'Short Term,' 'Wadjda,' 'American' Take Audience Awards
Janis Nord's Latvian drama "Mother, I Love You" and Ryan McGarry's medical documentary "Code Black" have taken the narrative and documentary jury awards at the Los Angeles Film Festival.