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Sunday, 16 June 2019
The Cannes film festival serves up 12 days of movie magic on the French Riviera each May
The series is directed by Lebanese director Mir-Jean Bou Chaaya
This year's 72nd Cannes International Film Festival gave a platform to a number of films with distinct political accents
The Grand Prize, the jury’s second place award, went to the first black woman director ever in the Cannes competition, Mati Diop, for Atlantics
The CINÉFONDATION's third prize goes to Palestine's 'AMBIENCE', directed by Wisam Al-Jafari
The French drama follows an asylum-seeker from the Central African Republic as he makes a new life in France
The festival, scheduled for March next year, will see Kenya as the country of honour
The forum will run for three days between 25 and 27 May with the screening of films starting daily at 9:00pm
The 72nd Cannes Film Festival takes place between 14 and 25 May, offering perhaps one of the most women-centred editions ever of the festival
Two sections, 'Un certain regard' and 'Directors Fortnight,' shed light on many fresh and emerging talents at this year's Cannes Film Festival
Egypt's renowned film actor and director Stephan Rosti was born on 16 November 1891 and died on 22 May 1964
The initiative is planned to produce 12 films a year to be screened in various cities and villages across the country’s governorates at affordable ticket prices
Arab participation marks it's highest this year at Cannes, with diverse films from five different countries
The winners of the third edition include films from 5 different Arab countries, topped by the Egyptian film Yomeddine
The independent non-profit foundation aims to produce 8-10 films a year 'to develop Egyptian artistic awareness'
Canadian Egyptian Mena Massoud is starring in the live action remake of Disney’s 1992 animation Aladdin, a film directed by Guy Ritchie and also featuring Naomi Scott (Jasmine) and Will Smith (the Genie)
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