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According to Amazon Prime’s own figures, 25 million viewers tuned into the Rings of Power on its first day.
It is based on Nigeria’s most famous play, Death and the King’s Horseman, written in 1975 by Nobel Prize-winning author, activist and academic Wole Soyinka.
TOD, Middle East’s homegrown OTT platform with more than 35,000 hours of premium entertainment and sports content, announced its big-screen launch on September 7, across 21 countries in MENA. The platform can be installed in Android supported TVs, enabling customers to stream 35,000+ hours of entertainment options, including blockbusters, top Arabic, Turkish, international, children’s content, …
Members of the diplomatic community in Ghana and guests from other traditional areas in Ghana and neighbouring Togo joined yam fesrtival celebration.
Explore and taste Korea’s unique traditional music
Only male viewers criticised ‘Faten Amal Harbi’ series
The Red Sea International Film Festival (RSIFF) and Vanity Fair have come together to celebrate visionary female talent both on and behind the camera who are shaping the film industry and creating extraordinary stories that resonate with audiences around the world. At a gala event hosted alongside the 79th Venice International Film Festival at the …
For a newcomer to the wonderful world of Middle-earth, the universe created by the British author and academic J.R.R. Tolkien can seem as large and unwieldy as the Marvel Cinematic Universe (currently in Phase Four with more still to come). And, there is a new addition as Amazon’s Lord of the Rings: The Rings of …
The Rings of Power takes viewers back to an era in which great powers were forged, kingdoms rose to glory and fell to ruin
The event included short meditative sessions, breathing exercises, and yoga asanas/postures. Gupte mentioned that she herself is a regular practitioner of yoga and explained to the participants the benefits and importance of the excercise.
The Red Sea International Film Festival (RSIFF) has partnered with Final Cut, the Venice Production Bridge programme that supports films in post-production from African and the Middle East nations of Iraq, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, and Palestine, which will hold its tenth edition at this year’s festival. Additionally, five films funded by RSIFF will be presented …
Festivals have improved my performance and refined me artistically
House of the Dragon chronicles the fall of the Targaryen dynasty some two centuries before life on the continent of Westeros is upended by war and a mini ice age – the events dramatised in HBO’s Game of Thrones.
Woven through Thor: Love and Thunder, Taika Waititi’s latest contribution to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, is a sentimental and age-old commentary on mortality and love.
The new two-minute-and-36-second trailer highlights the epic expanse of Middle-earth in its Second Age, and reveals how Tolkien’s legendary and beloved characters will come together against all odds and across great distances to guard against the feared reemergence of evil to Middle-earth. Fates collide and disparate characters are tested in the face of impending evil in this glimpse into the long-awaited new series.
Banning ‘Egyptian Mahraganat’ is useless, but I respect all decisions of Musicians’ Syndicate in Egypt
Shabab Balad was successfully launched under auspices of President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi last January
Held from 13 to 20 July, it featured the works of eight young artists who interpret a new reality for humanity, innovation, and technology.
The troupe is sponsored by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR), the Government of India, and the Egyptian Ministry of Culture, under the aegis of the Cultural Exchange Programme between India and Egypt.
Presenting important role is essential for any actor, but I also care about film profits
Hussein Fahmy, President of CIFF, commented: “Béla Tarr is heralded as one of the cinematic world’s greatest innovators whose extensive repertoire includes several masterpiece films that largely contributed to the filmmaking world. A legendary film pioneer, Tarr often highlighted humanitarian issues in his films using a unique cinematic philosophy, which soon grew as a cinematic concept that is followed by other filmmakers worldwide. We are truly honored at CIFF to grant him the Lifetime Achievement Award to celebrate his iconic contributions to world cinema.”
High ticket price, massive wages of actors behind collapse of theatre: Director Khaled Galal
As with any icon, the brand of Marilyn Monroe far transcends Marilyn Monroe the person, and even more so Norma Jeane Mortenson, as she was until 1946
Keeping hanbok in modern culture shows the evolution of Korean style throughout history and honours Korean heritage
Historical works are immortal in cinema, television
Mostafa Waziri, the Secretary-General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities, stated that excavations will continue at the site to reveal more of this building.
We interviewed the channel’s producer Sang-min Lee, its marketing head Kim Yeon-jin, and cast members Silva Moreira Pechin Tavares Luca from Brazil and Soares Ja’Von Antonio, who is from USA.
Ballet performance will be staged on 28-30 July at Cairo Opera
A group of award-winning films were also played during the festival. The Secretary-General of the festival, Modar Al-Bakaa, thanked the festival’s guests for their presence, support, and enrichment of the festival’s activities, hoping that they had enjoyed the days they spent in the festival.
The management of the Al-Ghadeer International Festival 13th edition has chosen Daily News Egypt’s journalist Kadry Al-Haggar as the head of the jury of the press and media competition. Around 150 newspapers and magazines will compete for the festival award from 15 countries. Al-Haggar said that the competition is characterized by strong competition among all …