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Tickets Giveaway to special screening in Vancouver of Free Trip to Egypt documentary with Q&A with creator Tarik Mounib via Skype!

2019 Documentary Film Free Trip To Egypt Giveaway Tarek Mounib TARO PR Vancouver

Tickets Giveaway to special screening in Vancouver of Free Trip to Egypt documentary with Q&A with creator Tarik Mounib via Skype!

5 FREE invitations (and a plus one!) to watch a special screening in Vancouver of Free Trip To Egypt documentary with Q&A with creator Tarek Mounib via Skype! 

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PHOTOCOPY Movie Screening at the Festival of Arabic Music and Arts

Egypt FAMA Festival of Arabic Music and Arts Film Hot Docs Photocopy Toronto

PHOTOCOPY Movie Screening at the Festival of Arabic Music and Arts

Photocopy movie screening is part of Toronto's Festival of Arabic Music and Arts. When a retired old man in Cairo begins to learn about the extinction of dinosaurs, it sets off a series of events that will give his life renewed meaning.

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LoveArabic Co-Presenting WAJIB at the Toronto Palestine Film Festival

2018 Annemarie Jacir Film Palestine Toronto Toronto Palestine Film Festival TPFF Wajib

LoveArabic Co-Presenting WAJIB at the Toronto Palestine Film Festival

LoveArabic is thrilled to be co-presenting the closing night film at the Toronto Palestine Film Festival (TPFF), the critically-acclaimed WAJIB by Annemarie Jacir on September 23. Winner of 29 international awards; you do not want to miss out on this incredible film. Tickets are available on TIFF website. About WAJIB Language: Arabic with English subtitles.Runtime: 96 minutes.Tickets: TIFF website. Abu Shadi is a divorced father and a school teacher in his mid-60s living in Nazareth. After his daughter's wedding in one month he will be living alone. His son Shadi arrives from Rome after years abroad to help his father to...

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Oscar 2018: Lebanese Film Earns Nomination for Best Foreign Film

2018 Film Lebanon Oscars The Insult

Oscar 2018: Lebanese Film Earns Nomination for Best Foreign Film

It's official! The nominations for this year's Oscars have been announced. For Arabic cinema fans, it's extra special because the film "The Insult" from Lebanon has been selected as one of the best foreign films. Lebanon: L'insulte / The Insult  "The Insult" tells a story of an insult blown out of proportions that finds Toni, a Lebanese Christian, and Yasser, a Palestinian refugee, in court. From secret wounds to traumatic revelations, the media circus surrounding the case puts Lebanon through a social explosion, forcing Toni and Yasser to reconsider their lives and prejudices. The film is directed by French-Lebanese film director Ziad...

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Oscars 2018: Eight Arabic Films Competing for a Best Foreign Language Win

2018 Algeria Egypt Film Iraq Lebanon Morocco Oscars Palestine Syria Tunisia

Oscars 2018: Eight Arabic Films Competing for a Best Foreign Language Win

It's been a record year for the Oscars Academy Awards with a total of 92 films submissions from around the world for the foreign-language category. Followers of Arabic cinema will be delighted to know that the film submission included Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine, Syria and Tunisia. Here's a list of the 8 Arabic films in competition:Algeria: Road to Istanbul / La Route d'Istanbul When the police tell her that Elodie, her only daughter, aged 20, has left for Syria to wage jihad, Elisabeth's life is turned upside down. She is shocked and does not understand why Elodie has...

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