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Cult Film enthusiast Timon Singh explores the strange story of how Turkey became the home of cinema’s most curious rip-offs.
Director Sara Taksler talks about "Tickling Giants", her time filming in Egypt, and standing up to abuses of power with humor.
Unlike 2018's other Foreign Language nominees, "The Insult" has real political power—to help its homeland heal from the past.
Filmmakers Srour and Moskovitch find absurdity in the lives of a "minority within a minority"—Nazareth's Christian Arabs.
"Ertugrul 1890" reveals how it all starts with a century-old disaster.
Rama Burshtein's sophomore film manages to make -- from a tired plot -- a lively comedy with a lot to say about Orthodox Jewish women...
Khaled Khatib was an Aleppo-based cinematographer for “The White Helmets”, which won a 2017 Oscar for Best Documentary Short.
Ceyda Torun discusses her documentary about Istanbul’s street cats.
"Atomic Falafel", which satirizes Israel-Iran nuclear tensions, has been praised as an Israeli "Doctor Strangelove"
Why should you watch a movie about suicide bombers? To illuminate how the 2005 Palestinian film Paradise Now represents a unique and laudable drop in...
The 7 Best Thai Movies of 2018
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“Buffalo Boys” Is the Perfect Western for a Post “Crazy Rich Asians” World
Review: “Ten Years Japan” Pictures Dystopia With Hopeful Undertones
“Ten Years Thailand” Is an Abstract Take On Societal Pressures in Modern Thailand
Beyond “Crazy Rich Asians”: How Singaporean Films Highlight Grittiness, Not Glamor