English-language drama revolves around three boys from different sides of the conflict united by football.
Cross-city transport unties people from different faiths, backgrounds.
Chronicle of Israeli human rights lawyer Lea Tsemel eligible for Oscars.
The showcase celebrates Arab talent and highlights rising actors and filmmakers from the region.
The feature-length animation is an epic tale drawn from Saudi folklore.
Both titles premiered at Cannes 2018.
A total of 31 projects from 28 countries have received DFI support, including two Yemeni films for the first time.
French-Moroccan actor Kamel Labroudi to star as Tunisian street vendor who took his own life as a protest.
`Zeleke’s drama Lamb premiered in Un Certain Regard in 2015.
“The market potential in Saudi Arabia is enormous.”
Image Nation Abu Dhabi, Majid Al Futtaim and MBC Studios have announced a new alliance.
Germany’s Global Screen has international rights.
Former WIld Bunch exec Rita Dagher joins company as a creative producer.
Nadine Labaki and A.B. Shawky’s films gained three nods each.
26-year-old Syrian filmmaker Waad al-Kateab’s film has been picked up by Vienna and LA-based Autlook Filmsales.
Outgoing incumbent Katriel Schory will attend Cannes with Shiloach-Uzrad.
Mandisa Ralane ran the event from 2007 to 2012.
IPic Entertainment plans to build between 25 and 30 locations throughout kingdom.
Yonatan Nir and Dani Menkin’s ’Picture Of His Life’ opens the event.
Event to focus on emerging Arab world talent, international storytelling trends.