Opening shortly, the Vox Cinemas Riyadh Park experience will include four screens located within the largest Magic Planet Family Entertainment Centre in the...
Category - Film partnerships
Dubai International Film Festival will be held every two years, with the 15th edition scheduled for 2019.
"Black Panther" premiere will take place in AMC’s first Saudi Arabian theatre, built in the King Abdullah financial district.
The coming-of-age drama with comedy was funded through Kickstarter and was recognised by NYU's Purple List and Abu Dhabi's Sanad Fund.
“By connecting movie theatre screens, myCinema brings the agility of the internet age to cinemas," said André Kudelski, Chairman of the Board and CEO of the...
The Ladima Foundation, in partnership with ZIFF, DISCOP Zanzibar and Africa in Motion Film Festival (AiM), will present a variety of programmes in Zanzibar...
The board of directors’ main duty will be to develop the cultural and arts sectors in the Kingdom at a competitive level and highlight them. KSA's first female...
The Saudi Film Council that was set up recently will have an official pavilion at the annual festival.
Three theaters in Dubai will have 14 dine-in screens, with tickets covering not just the film but also a meal with an appetiser and main course.
Cinemacity Imax is a joint venture between Xclusive Cinema Holding of Lebanon and Alef Group.
The 14-minute film is an immersive depiction of a fast-evolving nation through the eyes and works of contemporary artists.
The Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia (PIF) and AMC expect to open 30-40 cinemas in approximately 15 cities in Saudi Arabia over the next five years.
During a special panel discussion at twofour54’s creative lab, Tom Struthers talked about his 25-year career as a stunt director.
'Catsaway', produced by twofour54-based Tent Pictures, is about a group of cats trying to make a home in Abu Dhabi as the city evolves around them.
Vox Cinemas expects to have 1,000 screens overall in the region by 2021, with up to 300 screens in three to five years in Saudi Arabia.
The partnership aims to develop and produce feature films, documentaries, scripted and unscripted television series.
The festival will celebrate a decade of Omani cinema with 115 movies, three premieres and two special nights with contemporary social themes.