The second edition of Ettijahat’s MINA arts festival is taking place in three countries, with four films on view in Cairo.
Deprived of local audiences and sponsors, the industry has had to turn to foreign investors, with a threat to its identity
Book sheds new light on the life of one of the most important Arab women writers in the first half of the 20th century.
The Emirates’ pavilion explores an environmentally friendly alternative to cement that could greatly reduce global carbon dioxide emissions.
The documentary, by three female students, was inspired by an Instagram campaign last year that encouraged women to speak out about harassment.
Winners of a competition organized by Unesco say plans are on track to rebuild the Al-Nuri Mosque, destroyed in the war against the Islamic State.
For two Arab women comedians, challenging stereotypes is part of the act—and just being onstage is breaking one barrier.
Haitham Dabbour’s novel “Embargo” juxtaposes the traditional Scheherazade with a contemporary careerwoman who publicly accuses her boss of harassment.
Students’ art graduation projects seek inspiration in Egypt’s heritage but also reflect the modern world and the isolation caused by Covid-19.
The bah-rah, a traditional Syrian fountain, and the emotional connections it evokes are the focus of an installation in Abu Dhabi by the Syrian architect Talin Hazbar.