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· July, 2008

Stories about Film from July, 2008

Tube Adventure: A Bilingual Quest Game on YouTube

The popular Spanish YouTube channel Pinofas has created a novel project: it's an hero adventure quest live-action game that takes advantage of the new tagging, linking and commenting capabilities that...

Morocco: Meknes-Tafilalet Film Festival

Peru: Movie Places Machu Picchu Incorrectly

Egypt Silences the Voice of Iran

Egyptian authorities shut down the Cairo office of an Iranian TV network over a film that justifies the killing of former Egyptian President Anwar Sadat by Islamic militants. Marwa Rakha...

Arabeyes: Mourning Youssef Chahine

Tributes are pouring in from bloggers from around the Middle East and North Africa, mourning the death of renowned Egyptian film maker Youssef Chahine. Born in Alexandria in 1926, Chahine...

Brazil: Blogosphere makes it to the cinema

Morocco: Saying Goodbye to Youssef Chahine

Saudi Arabia: What is the point of MBC Persia?

MBC is a Saudi-run satellite television company, known across the Arab world for its entertainment channels as well as Al Arabiya news channel. It has just launched a new channel...

Lebanon: “Lebanon Cluster Bomb”, the Film

Iran:”Assassination of a Pharaoh”

Jordan: Batman Review

China: Fuwatron Toy

Jamaica, U.S.A.: Obama the Hero?

Syria: Nudity and Moral Decay

How much nudity on television can be considered as art, and how much of it contributes to moral decay? Syrian blogger Emad [Ar] tries to answer this question in the...

China: Looking back at a campus shooting

“...the first few days with the cast were really strange, everyone kept whispering to each other wondering if I was a big kung fu master back in China.” Why does...

Brazil: Uncovering the lack of freedom of press

Balkans, U.S.: Goran Bregovic in NYC

St Vincent & The Grenadines: Bollywood Magic

Morocco: Abbas Fourak

Serbia: Arts Roundup

Here are some picks from the blogosphere on the Serbian literature, architecture, film, music, visual arts and cuisine. Enjoy!

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