UNICEF announced today that the short documentary film “It Takes a Village” has won the “Best Short Documentary” award at the New York Movie Awards.
Egyptian director Ayten Amin's new feature ''Souad'' has been announced an official selection at the Cannes Film Festival in 2020.
Netflix only selectively releases viewership figures for programming it considers a hit, and the numbers are not verified by a third party.
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DOLLAR, the latest Middle East Original from Netflix will drop to all 151 million subscribers in 190 countries on Thursday 8th August, 2019.
"Decision Zero" deals with a story of a young man in his late twenties, whose life is characterized by a certain routine and monotony, until he finds himself has no will to make a decision in some situation.
Movie stars including Salma Hayek and Eva Longoria celebrated the role of women in cinema at a glitzy gala in Cannes on Sunday.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences on Tuesday voted to not change its rule for a film's Oscars eligibility.
'Lego Movie' sequel hopes to build on the first.
The Arab and African Research Center (AARC) and the Africanists Public Group will hold an open meeting on the situation of African cinema on Dec.5.
“A Fantastic Woman” is a story of a self-asserting and defiant transgender woman who fights to feel accepted as a “woman” who has the right to love and be loved.
Kevin Spacey movie takes in dismal $618.
'Nico, 1988': movie for muse who couldn't shake her fame.
China big-budget movie pulled after box office flop.
As much as they are about lightsabers, hyperspace and the eternal struggle of good versus evil, the recent installments in the "Star Wars" .
Superhero movie “Black Panther’ made a killing at the MTV Movie & TV Awards on Monday, winning four trophies in a ceremony that also recognized gays.
Tatum hopes to set pulses racing with 'Magic Mike' London show.
'Chappaquiddick' retells scandal that changed America
Dr Seuss, the artist famous for creating “The Cat in the Hat”, “The Grinch” and “Horton Hears a Who” is getting a biographical feature film.
The classic science-fiction TV series "V", about mankind's encounter with supposedly peaceful alien visitors, will be returning as a big-budget movie trilogy.