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Emirati brothers show social project initiative on the world stage
Emirati brothers Mohammed and Peyman Al Awadhi hosted a panel at the Clinton Global Initiative last week examining how cities around the world can become labs of innovation and entrepreneurship.
Empowering women has economic benefits, says minister
Reem Al Hashimi was given the loudest round of applause at the Clinton Global Initiative's annual meeting in New York.
Documentary on effect of conflict in Syria is a moving self-portrait
The hard-hitting tells the story of the war in Syria through more than 1,000 clandestine video clips that were edited into a documentary.
Quality Arab films equal hard choices for Toronto film festival judge
Countries represented by films at this year’s TIFF include co-productions from Iraq, Syria, the Palestinian Territories, Jordan, Lebanon and Qatar, along with three of Rasha Salti’s picks that credit the UAE.
Documentary about first intifada making film festival rounds
A documentary about 18 cows in a Palestinian town that became a symbol of independence during the first intifada will be shown at the Abu Dhabi Film Festival.
We chat to the writers behind the Bollywood film Dr Cabbie
Dr Cabbie tells the story of an Indian doctor who moves to Canada and, unable to get a medical job, ends up driving a taxi.
Crowdfunding in Mena region finally starts to take off
Crowdfunding sites have mushroomed in the Middle East and North Africa in recent years but while there have been many success stories the industry is not without its challenges.
All aboard with crowdfunding site for new ventures
A new crowdfunding site, Mawwell.com is launching, targeting entrepreneurs and funders in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. And three of the first four campaigns the site is spotlighting come from residents in the UAE.
BlackBerry pins hope on Qwerty as sales in UAE pick up
The company is fighting to make up a lot of lost ground — and sales in the UAE and wider region may underpin its ambitions.
Home video hits the big screen
For decades physical film has been used to record movies and bring then to cinema audiences worldwide. But it has always been expensive and time-consuming. The advent of digital technology is revolutionising filmmaking.