October 29, 2012
Dina has angered Egypt's Shiites with her controversial performance in the film 'Abdo Mouta'.
Di Salata is a unique concept, moving the traditionally written magazine into video format for that post-revolutionary feel.
Normally stars in the Arab world only need look in the mirror to find their inspiration, but Egyptian singer Sherine Abdel Wahab has looked further afield, naming American pop princess Jennifer Lopez as her role model.
Starting with a tiny seaside village, art collective 'Gudran' are taking over Egypt's Northern shoreline with their egalitarian art.
The 14-year-old actor from the UAE was honored at the Cannes Corporate and TV Festival this year for his part in his movie, 'The Turtle'.
October 28, 2012
The Latino singer got hearts racing with his Dubai performance on Friday night
The popular Syrian film director's highly anticipated film Namocinema remains shrouded in mystery while he lobbies for the release of his sound engineer, Ghanem al-Mir, who has been taken by government forces.
More than 4,000 film enthusiasts attended a night filled with movies, musical performances, and live entertainment as TropFest Arabia, the Middle East version of the world’s largest short film festival, kicked off the Abu Dhabi Corniche on Friday.
Never one to bite her tongue, the UAE singing sensation, Ahlam, is back at it again telling one journalist "I wish you would die" on her Twitter page.
The Egyptian actress says this time of year is especially difficult for her but that doesn't mean she'll take part in the movie about her dead father's life.... produced by her sister!
October 27, 2012
Last week an anonymous Twitter fan posted art work of Arab superstar Haifa Wehbe, immortalising the Lebanese lovely forever.
October 25, 2012
Omar Sharif has to wait until after Eid Al Adha to be honored by the Association of Cinema Critics.
Egypt's latest exhibition 'IRL' (In Real Life), blurs the line between reality and the virtual world.
Egyptian superstar Amr Diab has broken his short-lived silence to answer his critic and former colleague Ayman Bahjat Qamar, putting his firmly in his place and reaffirming is position as a lover of Egypt.
Mosireen’s campaign to remain open and independent through donations has hit the home page of famous file-sharing website 'The Pirate Bay'