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Video:Shortlist announced for International Prize for Arabic Fiction 2016

  Shortlist announced for International Prize for Arabic Fiction 2016  

Film about Syrian Poet and translator Mamdouh Adwan

was born in Hama in Syria. He was a prolific writer, poet, playwright and critic, publishing his first collection of poetry, al-Dhul al-Akhdhar [The Green Shadow] in 1967 and since then 17 further collections. He also published two novels, twenty-four plays, translated twenty-three books from English, including the Iliad, the Odyssey and a biography of George Orwell, and wrote a number of television series.

Salma Hayek: I Saved My Belly Dancer

New York-based Egyptian artist and photographer Youssef Nabil’s film is a poetic depiction of his fascination with belly dancers and his anxiety over the disappearance of this art form that is unique to the Middle East. This excerpt of a 12-minute video installation is visually inspired by the 1950s
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