Please join the ARAB FILM FESTIVAL, BERKELEY CITY COLLEGE (BCC) and the YALLA ARABI, as we present the final edition of the the ARAB FILM SERIES this year. Catch two of the award winners from the 20th Arab Film Festival. The Bride of the Nile (Egypt), directed by Edouard Mills-Affif BEST DOCUMENTARY at AFF2016 A […]
Our FREE monthly screenings in Berkeley are back! Join us to watch the Best Shorts from this year’s 20th Arab Film Festival, which just closed a few days ago. There is NO CHARGE to attend. Doors open at 6pm. Film starts promptly at 6:30pm. Please attend, participate and spread the word!
Please join us for the opening of the 20th Annual Arab Film Festival with the US Premiere of CLASH This year, the Arab Film Festival is going bigger and bolder than ever: we are honored to host the US premiere of Clash, the Egyptian entry to the 2017 Oscars. Tickets are on sale, and bound […]
Nasser Samara is an up-and-coming young Arab-Latino director. His first film, a short entitled Temporary, was part of the 2016 lineup at the Arab Film Festival and was also featured at the New York Film & TV Festival and the Los Angeles Film Festival Awards. Temporary is a highly relatable film that deals with themes such as identity, […]CONTINUE READING →
The Arab Film Festival’s Los Angeles Coordinator Nagham Wehbe is a woman of many talents. When she’s not working on the festival, she’s up to amazing work in the theater! Her current project is a play called Confessions of an Arab Woman, which she adapted from the book I Killed Scheherazade: Confessions of an Angry Arab Woman by Lebanese writer and activist […]CONTINUE READING →
The San Francisco IndieFest, which opened last week, brings some of the most uncommon and interesting independent films to the Bay Area every year. This year, the Arab Film Festival has the honor of co-presenting one of these great films that will be showing this coming weekend, A Revolution in Four Seasons on February 11th and […]CONTINUE READING →