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Abu Dhabi Film Festival

Middle East Film Festivals Hit Hard Times Amid Apathy

The Doha Tribeca Film Festival launched with Robert De Niro's backing in 2009, but now it's ending alongside the Abu Dhabi Film Festival.

‘Um Ghayeb (Mother of the Unborn)’: Abu Dhabi Review

A young woman ostracized from society in her Egyptian village because she is infertile struggles to come to terms with her lot

‘Memories on Stone’: Abu Dhabi Review

A film crew struggles to make a movie about a massacre in postwar Kurdistan

‘Pirates of Sale’: Abu Dhabi Review

Underprivileged Moroccan teens are given a chance to become circus performers

‘From A to B’: Abu Dhabi Review

A road movie through the Arab world boasts hosts of young Middle East stars

‘The Man from Oran’: Abu Dhabi Review

Actor-director Lyes Salem follows up his award-winning satire "Masquerades" with Algerian social history

‘The Silence of the Shepherd’: Abu Dhabi Review

The disappearance of a 13-year-old village girl exposes the autocratic machismo of Iraqi society

Team Behind Oscar-Nominated Doc ‘The Square’ Working on Anti-‘Tyrant’ TV Series

Jehane Noujaim and Karim Amer say they want to "challenge that 'Tyrant,' 'Homeland' narrative for the United States"

‘Leviathan’ Claims Top Award at Abu Dhabi Film Festival

The closing ceremony also saw Jordanian drama Theeb add to its growing tally with two gongs

Egypt Court Sentences Editor of Oscar-Nominated ‘The Square’ to Three Years in Prison

Sanaa Seif was arrested in June for demonstrating against new anti-protest laws

’99 Homes’ Producer Offers Lindsay Lohan Career Advice

Mohammed Al Turki also explains the 2015 Oscar push for the Andrew Garfield-starring indie

‘The Crow’ Remake Aiming for Spring 2015 Production Start

Producer Ed Pressman described the cult thriller as the "anti Spider-Man"