November 8, 2012
The Arab Film Festival in Berlin is proving its popularity - running to it's fourth consecutive year this month.
November 7, 2012
The Arab world's hottest granny is back on the market: Haifa Wehbe and Ahmad Abu Hashima announce split.
Although they were called to remove scenes which criticized the current regime, Aasheqeen Torabek opened without any changes.
The Egyptian hottie is thrilled when her hit show is chosen for Turkish TV, the country with the biggest drama industry in the region.
Tunisian viewers were shocked when a Salafi cleric called upon Muslim youths to carry out jihadist acts against the government in a live TV show this week.
Photos of the young Syrian actor, covered in blood, circulate online.
Another day, another celebrity cat fight in the Arab world. This week it's a battle of divas as Dominique Hourani declares war on UAE songstress Ahlam.
Moroccan director Leila Kilani's first feature-length film tells the story of female factory workers turning to crime for survival in Tangier.
Actress Kalki Koechlin plays a clown in a different take on Hamlet this weekend in Dubai.
Lebanese superstar Nawal Al Zoghbi is putting her vocal talents to good use this week as she heads to Dubai for a charitable performance.
After rocking crowds with a standout performance at the F1 weekend, the American rocker is heading straight back to the UAE for a performance in Dubai.
The Hollywood star will be handing out film grants to eager writers, directors and producers at the Dubai International Film Festival this year.
November 6, 2012
Assala Nasri's fans are using Facebook to hit out at the singer's new look, which has apparently not been very popular.
Lebanese singer Carole Samaha has finally decided on the song “Uhduni” (Hold Me) to be the main hit for her new album.
Egyptian director, Amir Ramses, has his documentary screened at the festivals.