"12 Years A Salve" obviously made history in the Academy Awards this year, not just because it won the best film, but because of the critically important topic of slavery the movie tackled.
The film highlights the discussion on honor in “Muslim-majority societies” through a dialogue that takes place among nine female activists, who come from different backgrounds.
An obvious feature of the movies competing this year was the presence of two winning movies — based on true stories — that tackle apartheid from very different angles.
Maria’s Grotto explores honor killing, a fate that many women in the Middle East are confronted with yet it is still hidden in the society and is considered a taboo subject to even speak about. The
CD films have replaced the cinema culture gradually during last five years across the KP province, however following the ouster of Taliban in the wake of military onslaughts in different parts of the
She is a young active lady who cares much about her faith, family, work, and community. The girl lives in the heart of Switzerland but she is facing problems because of her headscarf...
Reel Bad Arabs: How Hollywood Vilifies a People is a title of a 2001 book written by Dr. Jack Shaheen in which he investigates 900 Hollywood production films that depict the image of Arabs. Throughout
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