Arab cinema

Hey Hollywood, it’s time to stop stereotyping Arabs

By Nasri Atallah

The trailer for Beirut, starring Jon Hamm, contains all the usual anachronisms and inaccuracies.

Imagined Futures shorts at Shubbak film festival 2017

By Matt Turner

London’s annual celebration of Arab culture once again offers a window into an unseen world.

The Arab female filmmakers breaking the mould

By Joanna Hawkins

Shubbak’s film programmer previews this year’s celebration of Arab culture.

How contemporary Arab cinema is challenging perceptions of the region

By Matt Turner

The third annual SAFAR festival in London once again boasts a programme full of surprises.

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