May 28, 2013
"Installing the Ruin" photo display is up at Galerie Tanit this week in Beirut, reminding guests of the war torn Beirut last decade.
The hit UK show 'The Apprentice' filmed their latest episode in Dubai and will be airing it tonight for the world to enjoy.
May 27, 2013
The dust has settled just a little, and the joy of his boy Mohammed Al Rifi claiming the X-Factor victory is sinking in for superstar team leader Hussein Al Jassmi.
Land Rover is taking over the Emirate film industry with an exciting new film "A to B" directed by Ali F Mostafa.
May 26, 2013
Anahita Ghazvinizadeh, an Iranian student in Chicago, won $19,500 for her short film "Needle" at the Cannes Film Festival short film competition.
While the film may not be about gay rights, "Blue is the Warmest Colour" by French-Tunisian director Abdellatif Kechiche still brings up the highly controversial issue at the 66th Cannes Film Festival.
"The King" himself gave a guest star performance on one of the region's fave talent shows "Arab Idol" in a night that judges, contestants and audience members alike won't soon forget.
Egypt's legendary actor is burning the candle at both ends and is sleepless in Cairo as he works hard to ensure "Khalf Allah" is up and running come Ramadan.
May 22, 2013
Egyptian film “Tatah”, starring comedian Mohammad Saed, is close to surpassing the already mind-blowing profits achieved by the film "Samir Abu Al Nile", starring fellow Egyptian funny-man Ahmad Makki.
Summer just got 52 times better with so many concerts and family edutainment ahead in the UAE!
Egyptian actress Yousra and her show's writer deny taking advantage of the late, beloved Algerian singer "Warda", even though she's using a verse from one of her songs for a Ramadan drama.
May 21, 2013
Egyptian king of comedy actor Adel Imam has only one Ramadan TV gig but will play a multitude of characters in his role as a master con artist in “Al Araf” (The Fortune Teller).
This fascinating documentary showing the lives of some members of Egyptian Royalty before the 1952 coup d’état is set for a film festival with hopes of making it to the small screen.
Ever look in the side mirror of your car and sense that the car behind you is actually closer than indicated by the reflection? Cairo's Contemporary Image Collective is collaborating with London's Tate Modern to explore why that is through video art.
May 16, 2013
Looks like congratulations are in order for good ol’ Egyptian actor, Sharif Munir, on the birth of his newest granddaughter, Lara.