Cannes Film Festival
Moments of pride for Egyptian, Arab filmmakers in Cannes Film Festival
Egypt’s Ahmed Fawzi Saleh participates in Cannes Film Festival with his film project ‘Hamlet From The Slums’
On September 20, many important events took place.
The young artist Taha Abu al-Nasr completed filming his short novelist film “El-Share’” [The Street], in several different regions between Egypt and Italy.
Movie-lovers got a turn on the red carpet at Cannes on Tuesday night as the organisers of its famed cinema festival, cancelled earlier this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Egyptian short film ''I Am Afraid to Forget Your Face'' was chosen for the short film competition at the Cannes Festival in 2020.
Egyptian director Ayten Amin's new feature ''Souad'' has been announced an official selection at the Cannes Film Festival in 2020.
The selection was made by Caroline Schouffle, the owner of the Chopard Jewelry house, for the annual charity event which is held on the sidelines of the festival.
The Cannes Film Festival will not be held this year in "its original form" due to the coronavirus, organizers said on Tuesday.
The Cannes Film Festival, the world’s largest, was forced to postpone its latest edition in May due to the spread of the coronavirus, organisers of the annual event on the French Riviera said on Thursday.
U.S. actress Elle Fanning, French graphic novelist Enki Bilal and the Oscar-nominated director of “The Favourite”, Yorgos Lanthimos, will be among jury members at the Cannes Film Festival next month
Tunisian film “Weldi” (Dear son) directed by Mohamed Ben Attia will screen at Tahrir Cultural Center with Arabic and English subtitles.
British screen legend Judi Dench was honoured Tuesday with a lifetime achievement award at Spain's famous San Sebastian film festival.
Samal Yeslyamova almost burst into tears when she received a surprise award for best actress at the Cannes film festival last month.
Photopia, a hub for Egypt’s photographers, will host a talk with the director of the Cannes-nominated film “Yomeddine”, Abu Bakr Shawky, on June 27.
Films in the running for the top prize at Cannes.
A 13-year-old Syrian refugee boy became the star of the Cannes film festival Friday for his heartbreaking performance in a Lebanese film many see as the likely winner of the Palme d'Or top prize.
El-Gouna Film Festival (GIFF) held a reception in Cannes Film Festival, in association with Variety magazine, to celebrate the upcoming GIFF second edition.
The Cannes film festival has a track record of jaw-dropping watch-through-your-fingers screen moments.
Kurdish women fighters film sparks furious Cannes row.