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Hitting the Ground Running in Jordan

Two Months in Jordan!

It’s been almost two months now at UNESCO Amman for me. I am waist deep in all that the education sector is doing, and am really grateful for the experience to be able to work so closely on such important tasks with my colleagues. 674 more words

Dance and film remember the impact of war and resistance

The theme of war and its impact continues this week in dance, film and discussion. Starting tomorrow, Wednesday, May 13, at Riverside Theatres, Parramatta, is New Zealand Dance Company’s… 334 more words

Western Sydney Arts

Film festivals: now you see them, or - oops! - now you don't

Quel imbécile je suis! About a month ago I saw adverts starting to appear in Sydney for the 26th annual Alliance Française French Film Festival… 298 more words

All Five Romances

Press Release - Timbuktu by Abdelrahman Sissako will open the 8th edition of the Beirut Cinema Days Film Festival

Nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film
Timbuktu by Abdelrahman Sissako will open the 8th Edition of the Beirut Cinema Days Film Festival… 354 more words

Arab Film Festival

Movie Blog: The 9th Arab Film Festival

Mizna’s 9th Arab Film Festival hits the Twin Cities this weekend with dozens of films from several countries.

This year’s festival features several exciting selections, like Kaouther Ben Hania’s “ 191 more words

Syndicated Local

So much to celebrate - Arab film, Sydney sacred music and Aboriginal dance

Now in its 14th year, the annual Arab Film Festival screens at Riverside Theatres, Parramatta, from Thursday, August 14 to Sunday, August 17, before touring to Melbourne and Canberra. 590 more words

Western Sydney Arts

Pity The Immigrant

Two of the narrative features that screened at the Arab Film Festival in San Francisco dealt with the immigrant experience. It’s About To Rain directed by Haider Rashid (Italy/Iraq/UAE/Kuwait) 2012 is about an Algerian family living in Italy that faces deportation. 160 more words