Artist Osman Yousefzada unveils new installations in London

DUBAI: British Afghani Pakistan multi-disciplinary artist Osman Yousefzada has unveiled a series of installations titled "What is Seen and What is Not" at London's Victoria & Albert Museum. Running until Sept. 25, the artworks respond...

Saudi Arabia among top 5 overseas markets as ‘Bullet Train’ rakes in $62.5M

LOS ANGELES: The stylized action romp "Bullet Train," starring Brad Pitt, earned $62.5 million worldwide over its opening weekend, according to studio estimates this week, with Saudi Arabia earning a spot on the overseas...

Model Alessandra Ambrosio, actress Vanessa Hudgens turn to Arab labels for summer style

DUBAI: From US Egyptian jewelry maker Jacquie Aiche to Lebanese eyewear maven Karen Wazen, celebrities from around the world are turning to Arab designers to accessorize their summer looks. US actress Vanessa Hudgens recently...

Review: ‘Thirteen Lives’ pays tribute to real-world heroics of Thai rescue mission

LONDON: When details began to emerge of the daring rescue of a Thai football team from flooded caves in Tham Luang Nang Non, it seemed only a matter of time before Hollywood swooped in...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe presents Yemeni play

DUBAI: Scotland's Edinburgh Festival Fringe this week presented a Yemeni play titled "Saber Came to Tea" to give visitors a taste of the Middle East. The short play, based on a true story, follows...

Muslim ‘Home Alone’ film to hit UK screens in aid of charity

LONDON: A film dubbed the "Muslim version of 'Home Alone'" is set to appear in UK cinemas in aid of international charity Penny Appeal's campaign on behalf of orphans. The critically acclaimed "Super Hijabi," which...

Dubai to host a new film festival in October

DUBAI: The Dubai-based Great Minds Events Management company has announced the launch of Meta Film Festival, which will be held Oct. 27-29 at Vox Cinema in Dubai's Nakheel Mall. The festival is billed as the...

REVIEW: ‘Paper Girls’ is more than its similarities to ‘Stranger Things’

DUBAI: Time travel. Giant mechs. Estranged relationships. And a lot of growing up to do -- quickly. Amazon Prime's adaptation of Brian K. Vaughan and Cliff Chiang's comic-book series, "Paper Girls," has been compared...