Julie Taymor, Adel Adeeb wax poetic

Directors give sound bytes regarding new films

“It’s the first time Arab cinema has tackled the Holocaust and 9/11 and everything in between.”

— Exec producer-helmer Adel Adeeb on his Egyptian film “The Baby Doll Night” (see story, page XX)

“I stuck to my vision of this film. I never went into the histrionic scenes I heard about.”

Julie Taymor on the editing of “Across the Universe” (see story, page XX)

More News

  • Streaming Subscribers Overtake Pay-TV Customers for

    Streaming Subscribers Overtake Pay-TV Customers for First Time in the U.K.

    “It’s the first time Arab cinema has tackled the Holocaust and 9/11 and everything in between.” — Exec producer-helmer Adel Adeeb on his Egyptian film “The Baby Doll Night” (see story, page XX) “I stuck to my vision of this film. I never went into the histrionic scenes I heard about.” — Julie Taymor on […]

  • The Fast and the Furious

    TV News Roundup: Paramount Network Sets Paul Walker Documentary Premiere Date

    “It’s the first time Arab cinema has tackled the Holocaust and 9/11 and everything in between.” — Exec producer-helmer Adel Adeeb on his Egyptian film “The Baby Doll Night” (see story, page XX) “I stuck to my vision of this film. I never went into the histrionic scenes I heard about.” — Julie Taymor on […]

  • Greta Van Fleet Drop Fiery New

    Greta Van Fleet Drop Fiery New Song, ‘When the Curtain Falls’

    “It’s the first time Arab cinema has tackled the Holocaust and 9/11 and everything in between.” — Exec producer-helmer Adel Adeeb on his Egyptian film “The Baby Doll Night” (see story, page XX) “I stuck to my vision of this film. I never went into the histrionic scenes I heard about.” — Julie Taymor on […]

  • (L to R) Young Tanya (JESSICA

    'Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again' Reviews: What the Critics Are Saying

    “It’s the first time Arab cinema has tackled the Holocaust and 9/11 and everything in between.” — Exec producer-helmer Adel Adeeb on his Egyptian film “The Baby Doll Night” (see story, page XX) “I stuck to my vision of this film. I never went into the histrionic scenes I heard about.” — Julie Taymor on […]

  • Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants

    'Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants' Stage Musical in the Works

    “It’s the first time Arab cinema has tackled the Holocaust and 9/11 and everything in between.” — Exec producer-helmer Adel Adeeb on his Egyptian film “The Baby Doll Night” (see story, page XX) “I stuck to my vision of this film. I never went into the histrionic scenes I heard about.” — Julie Taymor on […]

More From Our Brands

Access exclusive content