Four Arab Films at TIFF

theebSaibal Chatterjee at The Gulf Today writes about the four Arab films screened at the 39th Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF),  Palestinian Suha Arraf’s Villa Touma on four Christian women in Ramallah, Jordanian Naji Abu Nowar’s “Bedouin Western” Theeb (Wolf), Lebanese Ghassan Salhab’s drama of amnesia and hostage-taking, The Valley, and Iraqi-Moroccan Tala Hadid’s “psychologically tuned” debut The Narrow Frame of Midnight.

Suha Arraf’s Villa Touma

The National

Interview

Naji Abu Nowar’s Theeb (Wolf)

Reviews:

Toronto Film Scene

Variety

Hollywood Reporter

Interview with Naji Abu Nowar and Bassel Ghandour, Huffington Post

Ghassan Salhab’s The Valley

Hollywood Reporter Review

Tala Hadid’s The Narrow Frame of Midnight.

Interview

Hollywood Reporter Review

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  1. Pingback: Naji Abu Nowar’s Theeb After the BAFTA | Arab Hyphen

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