The Gulf region is fast becoming the location of choice for film-makers around the world, and there’s no better tourism brand ambassador than a movie seen by millions.
“The impact of a film’s location on an audience is
Short films highlighting the plight of people with disabilities will be screened at a first of its kind festival in Bahrain. Movies and documentaries from over 50 countries, including Bahrain, will be showcased at the Voices Film Festival 2015
More than one hundred leading film industry professionals are expected to participate in the first edition of Qumra, a new event dedicated to the development of emerging filmmakers from Qatar and around the world.
The event takes
Khalaf Ahmad Al Habtoor, chairman of the Al Habtoor Group, has announced that he is embarking on a new area of business -- producing Hollywood films.
“We are in the pre-production stage of two Hollywood films. We have been w
The Doha Film Institute has revealed 31 projects selected to take part in the inaugural edition of Qumra, set to take place in Doha, Qatar from March 6 to 11.
As many as 23 narrative feature films, four feature documentaries and f
As many as 90 films showcasing the best in local and international filmmaking will screen at the second edition of the Ajyal Youth Film Festival in Doha, Qatar.
The festival will run from December 1 to 6 at the Cultural Village Ka
OSN, a leading pay-TV network in the region, has signed a multi-year deal with Eagle Films, a motion pictures distributor and exhibitor in Mena, to provide first run access to top Hollywood titles.
With the agreement, OSN will hav
MBC Group, a leading free-to-air satellite broadcasting company, has announced the official launch of its all-new Bollywood channel that will offer fresh, modern and contemporary Indian movies with a high dose of cultural and social relevance.
Icflix media, a Dubai-based online streaming platform for Jazwood (Arabic content), Bollywood and Hollywood genres, has signed a licensing agreement with Paramount Pictures that will bring a variety of hit films to the service's users.
Etihad Airways, the national airline of the UAE, is supporting the international promotion of Arabic arts and culture by sponsoring the Arab Film Festival Australia for the sixth time.
This year’s programme showcases diverse