The dinosaurs manage to do just enough to save this over stuffed blockbuster from extinction. It has been 14 years..
“On Arab Geographies” and the Love of Filmmaking
Khaleejesque Nights – Film Screening of Wadjda
Khaleejesque Nights Film Screening – Between Hope and Pain at Sadu House
Khaleejesque Nights Film Screening – Between Hope and Pain at Mefazec
Hamilton Puts The New York City Skyline on Your Wrist
Review: Raw Emotions and Sacrifices of Kuwaiti Olympic Athletes
‘Between Hope and Pain’ Film Screening August 10th, Kuwait
Documentary Emphasizes Crushed Olympic Dreams
There and Back Again and Again and Again: Why Cinematic Remakes Don’t Live Up to Expectations
What if Google was a Saudi Arabian man?
Film Review: Spotlight
Film Review: A Town Called Panic
Film Review: The Babadook
Film Review: Turbo Kid
Movie Review: Theeb
Movie Review: Max and Mary
Mission Makkah: Cleaning the Holy Mosques
Movie Review: Jurassic World
Movie Review: Monsters: Dark Continent
The Wind Rises, Studio Ghibli’s Latest Animated Movie
Perspective: The State of Local Filmmaking in the Arab Gulf
As the latest vehicle from Godzilla director Gareth Edwards, Monsters: Dark Continent serves as a bland, disjointed sequel to the..
The Wind Rises is an animated movie by Studio Ghibli. It’s a brilliantly made historical biography depicting the life of..
“Contaminated” is a short high fashion film directed and written by Mohammad Al-Saeed, a Kuwaiti film-editor and director that produced..
If I mention regional television shows and music videos, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? In my..
The Emirates Film Competition (EFC) has been going strong since 2001 and has been showcasing some of greatest short films..
The 2013 Abu Dhabi Film festival, which is powered by twofour54 is going to take place on October 24 till..
Emirati filmmaker Abdulrahman Al Madani has produced a short documentary film about the gamboo3a. “What hideous word,” you may think..
In the Middle East, and particularly in the Gulf, film festivals are growing rapidly and are fast becoming recognized events..
Female film director, Haifaa Al Mansour, has broken notable boundaries by directing Wadjda, the first feature film to ever be..