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Live from the Dubai International Film Festival: Thursday, Dec. Posted: 12/12/2013 11:32 pm Follow Get Entertainment Newsletters: A film festival is one of the few places where you can take a trip around the world in the course of a day, without ever
Getty Images Forest Whitaker The actor will attend the opening ceremony, while the Australian star will serve as president of the narrative competition jury. As Daniel Schechter 's Life of Crime , starring Mark Boone Junior , gets ready to open the
The Visitor: Rated “PG-13&
The world preem of A New York Heartbeat, a screening of upcoming Epix doc TWA Flight 800 and a career kudo for Killer Films' Christine Vachon are among the highlights of the 18th annual Stony Brook Film Festival in Stony Brook, N.Y. Tjardus Greidanus'
Melinda Sue Gordon The Dictator (15) (Larry Charles, 2012, US) Sacha Baron Cohen, Anna Faris, Jason Mantzoukas, Ben Kingsley, John C Reilly. Having run out of unsuspecting Americans to prank, Sacha Baron Cohen takes the conventional fish-out-of-water
Pomegranates and Myrrh," one of the most original, powerful and internationally acclaimed Palestinian films of recent years, will return to the UAE for a special theatrical run in September, the Dubai International Film Festival said on Tuesday.
Film News Tom Payne, one of the stars of the HBO pilot "Luck," is already lining his next projects up before his show airs. He is in talks to join indie "The French Concession," based on the tome "Paris Trance" by Geoff Dyer. Jaime Wolf is onboard to
Born in the US to a Palestinian father and a Jordanian mother, the 34-year-old Cherien Dabis grew up in Jordan and the American midwest, and her confident feature debut is a touching account of an early life dominated by divided loyalties and
Muna, a non-religious Palestinian, is under significant strain. Every day she has to cross an Israeli checkpoint for her banking job. As if this isn't wretched enough, she also locks eyeballs with her former husband's stick-thin girlfriend in the
Associated Press In Julian Schnabel's 2007 film, "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly," the director used a fragmented narrative technique to convey the interior life of a paralyzed man...But instead of coalescing into a complete and powerful story, it