The Square

There is no better time for a film festival in Ukraine, even if it would appear to be during such a volatile moment in the country's history.
To Egyptian audiences Hefzy offers a new type of movie, modern and urban, while to the rest of the world a blend of wonderfully written characters and slice-of-life poetic interpretations of today's land of chaos and humanity, so often watched on the news and yet so seldom understood.
http://newswire.fm/one_world/video.php?guest_id=127&srcid=huffington Despite this disheartening reality, she maintains a
“We are all human beings,” Noujaim said. “Reminding ourselves of our humanity is a very simple idea, but I think it couldn’t
According to the New York Times, the Egyptian authorities aren't too happy with the Egyptian public seeing it and have heavily
According to the New York Times, the Egyptian authorities aren't too happy with the Egyptian public seeing it and have heavily
If I'm choosing between two movies and both are entertaining and informative, but one is clearly out to change the world, I do find myself favoring the world-changer. That comes into play this year for me, though it may not for you.
Jehane Noujaim was meant to be in Tahrir Square on January 25, 2011, that momentous date when millions of Egyptian citizens
Such was the case in the Egyptian Revolution. The Netflix original documentary “The Square” is now available for online streaming
Watching filmmaker Jehane Noujaim's documentary The Square, about the Egyptian revolution that began in Tahrir Square, one gets the visceral sensation that the iterations of the uprising thus far have played themselves out before you.
In Jehane Noujaim's documentary The Square, the Egyptian revolution is finally explained in a clear, wonderfully intimate and non-condescending way.
Suddenly, more than 40 people surrounded the car, and they started to break the glass of its rear and side windows. One of
Its been two years since the Jan. 25th revolution in Egypt. Where are we? Where has this struggle for transformative change led us?
First up is an interview with Ritu Sarin and Tenzing Sonam, the married directors of The Sun Behind the Clouds, a documentary about Tibet's struggle for independence.