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The Golden Globes awards took place on 28 February, and occurred in a bicoastal format.
First edition had been scheduled for 2020, but was postponed due to COVID-19
Shaaban started his career alongside Omar Sharif in 1961 film
Announcements relate to festival’s International Jury, Encounters Jury, International Short Film Jury, and Generation Jury
The key design for the 71st Berlinale has now been set, the festival announced on Friday, as it gears up for its forthcoming edition.
Disney has been badly affected by closure of theatres, halt of public events worldwide due to COVID-19
Indian director Vinothraj PS’ film Pebbles wins 2021 Tiger Award
The Oscars 2021 ceremony is scheduled for April 25
The ‘Sound of Music’ star passed away on Friday aged 91
Festival kept with long-established tradition of innovation, experimentation to offer unique hub for film community, says festival director
In an unusual year, the selection of the Berlinale Series consists of six titles which, with unconventional and surprising topics, narratives, and visual style, comprise a mirror of our time.
This edition encompasses programme of free special events, conversations, and activities available to public
Chloé Zhao’s Nomadland is film that captures triumph of human spirit, says Festival Chairperson Harold Matzner
Order of Arts recognises eminent artists and writers who have contributed significantly to furthering arts in France, worldwide
Rotterdam Lab will take place on 1-5 February, and will be part of International Film Festival Rotterdam
Film’s release is expected during fall of 2021
King conducted an estimated 50,000 on-air interviews during his 60-year career
The annual Sundance Film Festival, the celebration of independent film founded by award-winning US actor Robert Redford, will take place from 28 January to 3 February. The festival’s 2021 edition will be held virtually, and in the spirit of the festival, SundanceTV in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region has cherry-picked some of …
Jury will award Golden Lion for Best Film, as well as other official awards
Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez to perform at ‘diverse’ Biden inauguration
The annual Copenhagen International Documentary Film Festival, CPH:DOX, will move from March 2021 to the end of April, due to the current coronavirus (COVID-19) shutdown in Denmark. The decision has been made to better allow for physical events and screenings at film theatres, particularly as restrictions are expected to continue in the upcoming months. At the same …
The film Nomadland has won four awards at the 2021 National Society of Film Critics awards, including Best Actress, Best Picture, Best Cinematography, and Best Director. The haul ensured that the film, directed by Chinese-American film maker Chloe Zhao, won the most awards at the organisation’s 55th annual meeting on Saturday. Frances McDormand was named …
Festival to offer film enthusiasts 7 days at remote cinema and one-person film screenings in historic city
Veteran Egyptian actor Hadi El Gayar passed away, on Sunday morning, at the Al-Haram Hospital in Cairo after contracting the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). He was 71.
In the 33rd jury session of the Berlinale World Cinema Fund (WCF), the juries made 12 funding recommendations for a variety of international projects, the Berlin Film festival announced on Friday. The varied projects represent the countries of Brazil, the Democratic Republic of Congo, the Dominican Republic, Guinea, Indonesia, Iran, Israel, Kyrgyzstan, Mozambique, Senegal, and Turkey. The current …
The US magazine, Variety, has included President of the Cairo International Film Festival (CIFF) Mohamed Hefzy on its Variety500 list for 2020.
Two of Wahid Hamed films were selected for list of best 100 Egyptian films in 20th Century; ‘Al-Laab Maa al-Kobar’ (Playing with Giants, 1991) and ‘Al-Baree’ (The Innocent, 1985)
Highlights include Tiger Competition, Big Screen Competition, Ammodo Tiger Short Competition, opening film and Big Talks
Festival has restored several of veteran director’s films
Ben Sharrock’s Limbo sheds light on refugees struggle as unorganised immigration remains an international crisis; Mayye Zayed’s ‘Lift like a Girl’ scoops three awards