Product Tag - العربية

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    Electro Shaabi (2013)

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    Electro Shaabi (2013)

    In the slums of Cairo, youth dancing to electro chaabi, new music that blends folk song, electro beats and freestyles chanted in the style of rap. The idea is to merge the sounds and styles so chaotic. One slogan mangling! Victim of corruption and social segregation, youth in neighborhoods exorcise partying. Release of body and a speech repressed transgression religious taboos: more than just a musical phenomenon, Electro Chaabi is a healthy outlet for youth oppressed by the prohibitions imposed.

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    Djinn (2013)

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    Djinn (2013)

    Desperate to put the traumatic loss of their infant child behind them, newlywed couple Khalid and Salama return to their home in the United Arab Emirates. Unknown to the couple, their new luxury apartment block, Al Hamra, was built on the site of an old abandoned fishing village of the same name. Legend has it the village was abandoned after manevolant beings haunted its inhabitants. Unsettled by her new surroundings and the eerie hallways of Al Hamra, Khalid worries his wife is failing to battle her personal demons – but could it be something far more sinister?

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    Inside Out: The People’s Art Project (2013)

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    Inside Out: The People’s Art Project (2013)

    A wall can be a barrier. It can be a structure of limitation or a source of repression. For the Inside Out Project, a wall is a canvas, and so are sides of trains, the arches of bridges and the steps leading to Brooklyn brownstones. This fascinating documentary tracks the evolution of the world’s largest participatory art project, the wildly popular Inside Out. From Haiti to Tunisia, South Dakota to the streets of Paris, French artist JR motivates communities to define their most important causes by pasting giant portraits in the street, testing the limits of what they thought possible. The power of paper turns people who feel without voice into unlikely activists by empowering them with their own images.

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    Return to Homs (2013)

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    Return to Homs (2013)

    Filmed over 3 years in Homs, accompanying 2 outstanding young men from the time they were only dreaming of freedom to the time when they are forced to change course. Basset, the 19yo national football team goalkeeper, who became an outspoken demonstration leader in the city, then an icon revolution singer, till he becomes a fighter… a militia leader. Ossama, his 24yo friend, renowned citizen journalist, cynical pacifist… as his views are forced to change, until he is detained by army secret service. It is the story of a city, of which the world have heard a lot, but never really got closer than news, never really had the chance to experience how a war erupted. a modern times epic of youth in war time.

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    Le Challat de Tunis (2013)

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    Le Challat de Tunis (2013)

    Mockumentary about the search for the “Challat”, an infamous slasher of women’s behinds.

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    We Come as Friends (2014)

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    We Come as Friends (2014)

    As war-ravaged South Sudan claims independence from North Sudan and its brutal President, Omar al-Bashir, a tiny, homemade prop plane wings in from France. It is piloted by eagle-eyed documentarian Hubert Sauper, who is mining for stories in a land trapped in the past but careening toward an apocalyptic future.

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    E-Team (2014)

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    E-Team (2014)

    E-Team is driven by the high-stakes investigative work of four intrepid human rights workers, offering a rare look at their lives at home and their dramatic work in the field.

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    The War Around Us (2014)

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    The War Around Us (2014)

    In 2008 two best friends found themselves trapped in one of the most dangerous places on earth – the only western journalists in the Gaza Strip on what was supposed to be a 24-hour assignment. The War Around Us captures the collision of veteran war correspondent and one of TIME’s most 100 influential people, Ayman Mohyeldin, with rookie reporter Sherine Tadros. As missiles shower the city and unspeakable atrocities emerge, the pair is torn by fierce professional rivalry, private terror and grim humor – with no way out and the whole world watching.

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    Coach Zoran and His African Tigers (2014)

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    Coach Zoran and His African Tigers (2014)

    Documentary following Serbian football coach Zoran Đorđević as he helps form South Sudan’s first national football team.

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    Yemeniettes (2014)

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    Yemeniettes (2014)

    Three Yemeni teenage girls enter an entrepreneurship competition but along the way encounter the hardships of a country marked by a broken educational system, joblessness and a threatening Al-Qaeda presence.

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    Bastards (2014)

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    Bastards (2014)

    At 14 Rabha El Haimer was an illiterate child bride, beaten, raped and then rejected. Ten years later, she is a single mother, fighting to legalise her sham marriage and secure a future for her illegitimate daughter. With unprecedented access to the Moroccan justice system, “Bastards” follows Rabha’s fight from the Casablanca slums to the high courts.

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    Yusef's Song (2014)

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    Yusef’s Song (2014)

    The story takes place in post-revolution Libya. It is a documentary on a country being rebuilt from scratch after a huge event, as seen through the people’s perspective. The film’s main character is Yusef, a young man who took part in the revolution and is Libya’s most famous rapper. Yusef wrote the songs for the revolution and his fame has spread across the Arab world. Through his eyes, the film tries to unfold the vision young Libyans have of their country after Gaddafi. The camera follows him everywhere, filming him as he tells his stories and talks about everyday matters, social issues, and politics. His presence is accompanied by his music – excellent Arabic rap which adds rhythm and punch to the story

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