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Few films in recent times have incorporated Egypt's copts. A closer look at the representation of Christians in Egyptian films finds them wanting
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A series of short films by the motion picture pioneer is taking place at Alexandria library
James Bond is finally getting back into action
The French Cultural Centre (CFCC) is holding a series of documentary films
"The Social Network" is named best movie of 2010 by the National Society of Film Critics
El Watar only proves that artistic standards are not enough to uphold the quality of a film if it’s devoid of essence
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Oscar-winning director Pedro Almodovar has finished filming his first collaboration in decades with fellow Spaniard and Hollywood actor Antonio Banderas, his producer said on Friday
Filmmakers in Cairo showed their solidarity with Coptic victims of the church bombing in Alexandria in a silent protest before their Syndicate
"Phil Ochs: There But for Fortune" is a poignant portrait of an uncompromising artist who believed in the power of music as a tool for social and political change
A look at what 2010 has given us from the world of cinema, the impressions they have imprinted and some of the films to look forward to upon release
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Paul Haggis, Sean Penn and Harvey Weinstein join Amnesty International to condemn harsh sentence for acclaimed Iranian director Jafar Panahi
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Bonne Soirée is a sign of cultural decadence and duplicity in contemporary Egyptian taste. The movie is more an expose on women's bare flesh than it is about anything else.
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Today it is 17 years since Egyptian movie star Salah Zulficar passed away. Ahram Online remembers one of the stars of Egyptian cinema
Drumroll please ... Avatar is the most pirated film of the year, according to data released by a file-sharing blog
Jailed filmmaker Jafar Panahi accused Iranian authorities of "kidnapping" Iranian artists to intimidate them, according to a transcript of his trial plea published in France on Tuesday
The filmmaker discussed the depiction of the city in film in his lecture "The City, its inhabitants and cinematic practice" at the Saad Zaghloul Cultural Centre on 19 December
678 is the first Egyptian film to explore the many dimensions of sexual harassment, but perhaps it comes several decades too late
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The Dubai International Film Festival came to a close, with Egypt receiving a decent share of awards
Ibrahim El Battout won the International relations ARTE prize on 17 December at the Dubai Film Connection (DFC), which is part of the Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF)
Egyptian filmmaker Mohamed Khan will hold a lecture entitled ‘The City, its inhabitants and cinematic practice at the Saad Zaghloul Cultural Centre on Sunday
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