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Abu Dhabi Film Festival

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    How the Arab Spring Changed the Arab Screen and Why You Need to Start Paying Attention

    "I took this video so that people know what really happened," whispers the protagonist of Rags and Tatters, Ahmad Abdallah's urgent yet understated Egyptian drama set amidst—but apart from—the 2011 revolution. That's a sentiment that's pervaded the new Arab cinema showcased at this year's Abu Dhabi ...

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    Palestinian Actress/Filmmaker Hiam Abbass Talks Politics and Integrity at Abu Dhabi Film Festival

    Never one to rest on her laurels, Palestinian actress Hiam Abbass arrived at the Abu Dhabi Film Festival not only to accept one of its prestigious Black Pearl awards for career achievement, but also to give one out as part of the narrative competition journey, and to present her latest movie, Ghazi ...

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    Review: Why Is Tobe Hooper's 'Djinn,' the First UAE-Produced Horror Film, Such A Terrible Movie?

    Whatever the real reasons behind the movie's belated arrival, we can be sure it wasn't held back for quality control.

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