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‘I Want to Be the Representation I’ve Always Wanted to Witness’: Egyptian Rising Star Tara Emad on Modeling, Acting and Role Models

Egyptian supermodel and rising actor Tara Emad appeared this year in the Arab-language version of the U.S. drama series “Suits,” and in October was appointed the ambassador for Chanel, becoming the...

MAD Solutions Partners With OSN, Red Sea Fund, U.K. Global Screen Fund on Ahd Kamel’s ‘My Driver and I’

Prominent Arab film distributor MAD Solutions has forged a production partnership with Dubai-based broadcaster OSN, the Red Sea Fund, and the U.K.’s Global Screen Fund, plus U.K. companies Corniche Media and...

Distributor Andrea Romeo, Producer Eilon Ratzkovsky on Audience Design, Arthouse Distribution, Painful Relationship With Exhibitors

During the Torino Film Festival, the Circolo dei Lettori hosted a panel discussion on the future of arthouse cinema, moderated by Torino Film Lab’s head of studies, Francesco Giai Via. The...

Italy’s National Film Museum Reveals Ambitious Restyling Plans Costing Up to $36 Million (EXCLUSIVE)

Italy’s National Film Museum has revealed ambitious restyling and renovation plans set to change the future of the museum. The revamp will focus on two main areas: the renewal of the...

Michele Placido on Daniele Vicari’s ‘Orlando’: ‘One of the Most Beautiful Roles I’ve Been Offered’

Orlando Zurro, played by Michele Placido, has never left his Italian mountain village. At 75, he runs his little farm alone. His wife died a long time ago, and their only...

Spike Lee Discusses Malcolm X, Mecca, Colin Kaepernick at Red Sea Film Festival

Spike Lee attended the first-ever public screening in Saudi Arabia of “Malcolm X” on Saturday during the Red Sea Film Festival. The film shot key scenes in Mecca, over 30 years...

Jamie Dack’s Sundance Winner ‘Palm Trees and Power Lines’ Triumphs at Torino Film Festival

Southern Californian director Jamie Dack’s coming-of-age drama “Palm Trees and Power Lines” was crowned best film as the 40th edition of the Torino Film Festival wrapped Saturday. The award is worth...

The Art of the Monologue in Paolo Sorrentino’s Movies Takes Center Stage at Torino Film Festival

“My need to work on monologues originates from my love of literature. I usually pick novels that have little or no dialogue, so that I perceive the book as a very...

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