Explore Palestinian Cinema!
598Cinema Palestine
Cinema Palestine is poetic a documentary which explores the life and work of multiple generations of Palestinian filmmakers and media artists. More >

Muslim American women on the Hijab
596Just a Piece of Cloth
Four Muslim American women find that in post-9-11 America, their choice to wear or not wear the hijab (the Muslim headscarf or covering), has become a focal point for debate and education. Arwa, born More >
A Profound Spiritual Odyssey
592Looking for Muhyiddin
A man (played by the filmmaker Nacer Khemir) returns home to Tunis to bury his mother. After the burial, his father gives him an "amana" to be handed to a certain Sheikh named Muhyiddin. More >

A Journey of the Imagination!
593Sheherazade: Words against Death
In this filmed performance, storyteller/filmmaker Nacer Khemir sits on chair in the middle of a dimly lit stage and deploys the magic of words to take us on a journey of the imagination. More >
A Meditation on the Arabic Language
594André Miquel: An Encounter with the Arabic Language
There are men who bring shorelines closer with their work, André Miquel is one of them. More >

Muslim-Jewish relations
597Jews and Muslims: Intimate Strangers
Jews and Muslims are seen as the archetype of enemies in endless conflict, a perception made of misunderstandings and omissions. More >
Reconnecting Roots
591Road to Kurdistan
This moving documentary takes the viewer on a road trip into the heart of the Kurdish soul. More >

Resisting Through Art
590Art of Resilience
In 2011, Syrian activist and Civil Engineer Raghad Mardini, took it upon herself to lovingly restore the place and offer it as temporary haven to fellow Syrian artists seeking refuge from the civil wa More >
Examining Iraqi Refugees in the US
583Lost Dream, The
Ten years after the US-led war in Iraq, thousands of displaced Iraqi refugees are still facing a crisis in the United States... More >

Enter this Secret Syrian World
584Abortion of the Soul
Taken by the story of a friend who went through a painful abortion experience, Syrian filmmaker Bahraa Hijazi examines the taboo world of reproductive rights in Syrian society. More >
Cultural Coexistence Through Falafel
580Falafelism: The Politics of Food in the Middle East
Falafelism follows the iconic Palestinian croquette made from ground chickpeas and fava beans as it rolls its way through world history, cultural identity, class struggle, and international politics. More >

Provocative and Hilarious
572Jerry and Me
“Jerry & Me” is a personal documentary exploring the significance of Hollywood movies (by Kubrick, Hitchcock, Hawks, Sirk, Ford, and Jerry Lewis, among others) in the life of the filmmaker... More >
"Must-See Documentary" -NY Times
When the residents of Budrus learn that the Israeli Army will be building the separation barrier through their town, a father and daughter band together to form a non-violent protest. More >

Chahine's masterpiece now on DVD!
28Cairo Station
This 50th Anniversary Special Edition DVD showcases one of Youssef Chahine's most popular films. The disc includes the short documentary, "Cairo as Seen by Chahine" as a bonus feature! More >
Catherine Deneuve in Lebanon!
538I Want to See
While visiting Beirut to attend a glamorous gala, iconic French actress Catherine Deneuve insists "I want to see" the carnage wrought against southern Lebanon in 2006. More >
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