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  • Cinemas expected to open in Saudi Arabia before end of 2017

    Less than a week after news broke that women in Saudi Arabia will be allowed to drive in the Kingdom, Saudi Gazette reported that cinemas — currently banned in the country — are expected to open before the end of 2017...

    Ahmed Al-Khatib, the chairman of the General Entertainment Authority (GEA), had told Reuters in April that cinemas would come to Saudi Arabia eventually, but this would happen as per official measures that the Kingdom...

  • Saudi film-makers build audiences without cinemas

    By using the internet to show films, Telfaz11 and other Saudi production houses have managed to circumvent traditional distribution channels and make do without cinemas...

    Backing by crown princeThe emergence of a Saudi film scene is happening as the kingdom begins to loosen the reins on fun and entertainment after nearly two decades without cinemas or concerts...

  • Pakistan’s first animated feature film opens across cinemas in Karachi

    KARACHI: There is a telling scene in Pakistan’s first feature-length animated film 3 Bahadur that opened across cinemas in Karachi on Friday which reflects our attitude towards children...

    Hence, it was heartening to see excited children of all age groups along with their parents and guardians entering the Nuplex Cinemas in DHA for the 3pm show to watch the animated feature...

  • CDA abandons capital’s cinemas

    ISLAMABAD: Due to corruption, mismanagement, relaxation of rules and apathy on the part of the Capital Development Authority (CDA) two of the cinemas which were built on the three amenity plots allotted for building cinemas have been abandoned while the purpose of the third has been changed to be used as a commercial plaza...

    He said these plots were only meant for running cinemas...

  • Iranian films in cinemas

    Without a shadow of doubt, the decision to screen Iranian films in Pakistani cinemas is a good one...

    The move comes as a response to the lack of films available to cinemas after the informal ban on Indian content...

  • Indian court orders cinemas to play national anthem

    NEW DELHI: All cinemas must play the national anthem before screening movies and audiences should stand for it, India’s highest court ruled on Wednesday, drawing angry accusations of an assault on civil liberties...

    The Supreme Court panel said cinemas should display the national flag on the screen as the anthem was played, and that making people stand up would instil a sense of patriotism...

  • Cinemas to start screening Indian movies

    The government on Tuesday decided to continue the existing policy to screen all international films, including Indian films, in Pakistani cinemas, said a notification issued by the Ministry of Information...

    “Federal government is pleased to continue the existing open policy to screen all international movies (including Indian films) in Pakistani cinemas and is pleased to take the following decisions for revival of the Pakistani film...

  • Iranian films to be screened in Pakistani cinemas

    ISLAMABAD: The Pakis­tani cinemas are all set to screen Iranian films after a ban on Indian content in the country...

    Earlier Executive Director of Pakistan National Institute for Folk and Traditional Heritage (Lok Virsa) Fouzia Saeed talking to IRNA said that Iranian movies which are culturally very close to Pakistani society ought to be screened in Pakistani cinemas...

  • Indian cinemas group bans films with Pakistani artists

    A group of Indian cinemas said Friday they would not screen any films featuring Pakistani artists in protest at an attack by suspected militants that killed 19 Indian soldiers in Kashmir...

    From now on we will not release their films,” said Nitin Datar, chairman of India's Cinema Owners and Exhibitors Association (COEA)...

  • Saudi Arabia’s grand mufti says cinemas, song concerts harmful

    DUBAI: Saudi Arabia’s top religious authority has called cinemas and singing concerts harmful and corrupting, in a move that could complicate government efforts to introduce cultural reforms to the conservative kingdom...

    The comments by Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdulaziz Al al-Sheikh, published on his website, said cinemas and round-the-clock entertainment could open the door to “atheistic or rotten” foreign films and encourage the mixing...

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