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Under the roadmap, a trial 5G service will be rolled out in 2017 and a fully commercial service in December 2020.
Netflix bought the streaming rights for “The Square” in November, after the documentary won critical acclaim on the festival circuit.
Now the movie of Tahrir Monologues has been released the project will continues with new stories from the 18 days of the revolution.
Modern day adaptation of Fitzgerald’s timeless classic emphasises the beauty of the original novel
The French Institute screens a movie that explores love in all its forms
The Film Prize Robert Bosch Stiftung competition is opened for Arab-German teams.
Netherlands-Flemish Institute screens controversial Egyptian film Asrar El-Banat followed by Q&A with the director.
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Previous screenings have included masterful directors and renowned films such as Oscar-winner Life is Beautiful, Palme d’Or winner The Tree of Life, Tom Twyker’s stylish Run, Lola, Run and Bergman’s Persona
The festival will take place over two days this time, Friday and Saturday, with only 50 tickets available for each day and none being sold at the door
The Hobbit, Flight, and Vamps
What if you are a foodie and your partner is not?
Argo, Dredd 3D, and Stolen
The two international festivals are big in their own categories; the Cordoba festival is one of the biggest, independent African film festivals in Europe, while the Heartland Film Festival features international independent films and since its inception in 1992 has become one of the fastest growing festivals in the US.
The film is a glimpse into history, said Sabit, pointing out that king Farouk was backed by Britain, while the Free Officers Movement that ousted him, he believes, was US-backed.
Minister promises that film about religious discrimination can be made without changes
German authorities will make efforts at banning showing the film
It is safe to say that Egypt is going through its own version of a culture war
As incidents escalate in reaction to the offensive movie about prophet Muhammed, columnists continue to analyse the mounting anger of Egyptians. Wael Qandil What after invading the US embassy? Al-Shorouk newspaper Recalling the latest chaos that took place within the margins of the US embassy in Cairo in reaction to the US anti-Islam movie, …
The movie tells the story of three people and how their relationships develop against the background of the revolution. Amr plays a computer programmer who does not take part in the protests, Farah portrays his girlfriend, a journalist, and Salah is a State Security officer.
The quiet pace of the film and stark, minimalist cinematography express a deep, bitter and impassive pain, captured with compassion.
They’ve taken a successful musical, removed all semblance of plot, introduced hunky actors instead of veteran musicians, and still, somehow, impossibly, it’s better than watchable. It’s actually good