Saudi sovereign wealth fund invested $400m in Hollywood holding company earlier this year.
Shivani Pandya Malhotra joins forces with Emirati filmmaker in marketing and consultancy venture.
Festival responds to Israeli culture minister demand that state funds be re-examined over line-up.
Cannes selection won Francois Chalais Prize on the Croisette Cannes in recognition of life-affirming story.
The festival programme includes a tribute to director Agnès Varda.
Director Vaughan Sivell spent three years making the 4 x 60’ documentary, and collected more than 2,000 hours of footage.
French sales agent Stray Dogs has taken international rights on the film.
‘Jinn’ follows a group of Arab teenagers as a supernatural force enters their world.
The competition sections will showcase 72 new Israeli works.
Wartime drama wins best foreign film at Michael Moore’s Traverse City Film Festival.
Best Israeli documentary went to ‘Jonathan Agassi Saved My Life’.
The film follows a group of washed-up pop musicians trying to stage a comeback.
The company is screening ’The Love Letter’ in the Short Film Competition.
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Shlomi Elkabetz has boarded ground-breaking project.
Geffen won the Camera d’Or in Cannes in 2007 with debut feature ‘Jellyfish’.
The Center adds about 600 to 800 films per year to its library.
Panelists also discussed the volume of film content submitted to festivals.