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Reports8 months ago
Sarbaz Film Festival kicks off in Kabul for first time
The Afghan Film Directorate has launched the first Sarbaz Film Festival in Kabul to help the country’s cinema industry improve and support Afghan armed troops.
Sarbaz Film Festival kicks off in Kabul for first time
Iran Art Guide9 months ago
Spotted Yellow
This program is about two artists, a painter and a filmmaker. They talk about their work and career and how they came up with the ideas of their artworks.
Spotted Yellow
InfoClips10 months ago
French govt. forced to modify draft law curbing filming of police
The French government has been forced to modify a controversial "security" bill that would have curbed the right to film police officers in action after growing opposition and mass protests against it.
French govt. forced to modify draft law curbing filming of police
Culture11 months ago
2nd round of Resistance Intl. Film Fest. wraps up
Human striving for freedom; this theme takes center stage in the second round of the 16th Resistance Intl. Film Festival.
2nd round of Resistance Intl. Film Fest. wraps up
Reports11 months ago
Afghanistan holds first ever national film festival
Kabul is hosting a ten-day film festival known as Lajward National Film Festival.
Afghanistan holds first ever national film festival
Artsone year ago
16th Intl. Resistance Festival closes with awards ceremony
Time to announce the best films themed with the concept of human resistance against wars, occupation and racism.
16th Intl. Resistance Festival closes with awards ceremony
Saudi Arabiaone year ago
Saudi TV's lionizing of Jewish woman in Ramadan angers Arabs
A new series aired on the Saudi-owned MBC channel has generated controversy in the Arab world, with critics regarding the drama as an invitation to normalize ties with Israel.
Saudi TV's lionizing of Jewish woman in Ramadan angers Arabs
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