Highlighting one of the dark sides of Egyptian nationalism, and exposing the dangers of blanket xenophobia.
The third edition of the Egyptian Luxor African Film Festival again has a wide-ranging programme scheduled
An Egyptian theater company puts on Victor Hugo’s Les Misérables in colloquial Arabic. The choice was no error.
Egyptian director Mohamed Diab's film "Cairo 678" documents the lives of 3 women, all victims of sexual harassment and assault and who organize collectively against it.
The photographer Scarlett Coten wants to look beyond accepted stereotypes of Arab men, exposing a more diverse, and perhaps softer image.
Last year, while visiting Okwui Enwezor’s Triennale at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris (titled: “Intense
Is this Egypt’s second revolution, a military coup, or an agglomeration of both (“Democratic Coup”, anyone)? And then there's the media noise.
The comedians Jon Stewart and Bassem Youssef and Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood.
An interview with Soraya Morayef, who is documenting the graffiti scene in Cairo, Beirut, Libya and Palestine.
Also, dispelling the myth that all Arab men systematically oppress and victimize Arab women.
An interview with the managing editor of "Daily News Egypt," two-years after the Egyptian uprising.
It’s quite a weekend for New York’s prodigal child. Hip-Hop, that burst of youthful energy that was
The latest in a series of interviews by Roxsanne Dyssel. This time, with Egyptian photographer and blogger, Mohamed Elshahed.
The enduring controversies around Egyptian-American activist Mona Eltahawy.
How anonymous parties define, construct, and support uprisings in Africa via social media.
Last week, as he made a bid to become Egypt’s latest dictator, plunging the country into
‘O Grande Kilapy’ (“The Great Kilapy” — ‘kilapy’ is Kimbundu for ‘scheme’, or ‘fraud’), the new
Five filmmaking collectives from the African continent that are reinterpreting and reinvigorating notions of collaboration and distribution.
Can North Africans define their own futures, away from the inventions of old white men in think tanks in Washington DC?
Last December, when the Institut d’Egypte was burned down, I thought immediately of Edward Said. Napoleon’s expedition