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Abu Dhabi Film Festival

Abu Dhabi Film Festival Kicks Off With Local Production

The Middle East event handed producer Ed Pressman a lifetime achievement award

Producer Ed Pressman to Get Abu Dhabi Film Festival Honor

The event will honor the 'Wall Street' producer, with French-Algerian director Rachid Bouchareb also getting a career achievement award

‘The Lunchbox’ Star Irrfan Khan to Head Up Abu Dhabi Film Festival Jury

The event opens Oct. 24 with the world premiere of Emirati film 'From A to B'

Abu Dhabi Film Fest: 3 Things Not to Miss

The festival runs Oct. 23-Nov. 1

Abu Dhabi Film Festival Adds Cannes, Toronto Favorites to Lineup

The upcoming event also features a number of Arab titles, several financially-backed by the festival

‘Big Hero 6’ to Close Abu Dhabi Film Festival

The event's eighth edition will open for the first time with a world premiere by a local Emirati director

Jia Zhangke’s ‘A Touch of Sin’ Wins $100,000 Abu Dhabi Film Festival Prize

This year's festival draws to a close with Judi Dench also on the winner's roster for her turn in "Philomena."

Before Snowfall (For snowen faller): Abu Dhabi Review

A Kurdish Iraqi boy comes of age obliged to carry out an honor killing against his sister.

The World Before Her: Abu Dhabi Review

Nisha Pahuja's prize-winning documentary alternates between two very different perspectives of current Indian society.

Harraga Blues: Abu Dhabi Review

Karim Hamzaoui and Zakaria Ramdane star in Algerian veteran Moussa Haddad's drama of trans-Mediterranean immigration, a world premiere in Competition at Abu Dhabi.

Approved For Adoption (Couleur de Peau: Miel): Abu Dhabi Review

Co-directed by Laurent Boileau and "Jung," this French-Belgian co-production uses animation to adapt the latter's graphic-novel memoir of his formative years.

A World Not Ours (A’Lamun Laysa Lana): Abu Dhabi Review

London-based writer/director/cinematographer Mahdi Fliefel's prize-winning debut documents a Palestinian refugee camp in Lebanon