Iranian animation studio Hoorakhsh will present first project ‘The Last Fiction’.
‘This project will tell the story of a dynamic, powerful personality who helped create historic change.’
Five titles from six filmmakers were chosen from more than 130 entries.
Simon Lereng Wilmont’s ‘The Distant Barking Of Dogs’ took the award for best international film.
Arab cinema professionals are asking whether another Arab film festival can fill the void left by the closure of the Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF).
The first edition will be presided over by Palestinian actress and director Hiam Abbass
The project was pitched at the proof of concept presentation of the Frontières Platform.
Their filmmaking community has the first-ever official pavilion at the event, sponsored by the Palestinian Ministry of Culture.
The project is based on Antonia Deacock’s book ‘No Purdah In Padam’ about three women who organised a 1958 expedition to the mountain range.
The collaboration comes amid Saudi Arabia’s drive to build the biggest film and TV industry in the Gulf region.
The new five-day industry programme will consist of three key strands.
‘Wajib’ took best film and best screenplay.
The project will restore 20 Chahine films, including ‘El Massir’.
The pic is about a group of filmmakers who go missing while making a doc about djinn spirits.
Saudi Arabia announces incentives aimed at kick-starting film and TV industry.
Director reteams with Wadjda producers Gerhard Meixner and Roman Paul of Razor Film Produktion in Berlin.
Qatari institution unveils 34 projects selected for its 2108 spring grants cycle.
Nebras Films will develop and produce a portfolio of films, TV and advertising content.