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Press

▶  Bodies Moving to Memory, Jadaliyya   by Sophie Chamas
▶  Important Artists from Pakistan and Iraq visit America, Soul of the American Actor
▶  ArteEast and MoMA announce three-year film initiative exploring avant-garde filmmaking across Arab countries over the last five decades, Press Release
▶  ArteEast helps organize The First New York Kurdish Film Festival – A Cinema Across Borders, Press Release
▶  Autonomous Spaces: Though funded by the state, filmmakers in Syria continue to find ways to make their often critical voices heard, Film Comment  by Cécile Boëx
▶  Review of ‘Lens on Syria’, The New York Times  by Stephen Holden
▶  Festival brings fruits of Syrian cinema to the Big Apple, ‘Who knew they made such good films in Syria?’, The Daily Star  by Christopher Atamian
▶  Discovering Syrian Cinema, The Half-Meter Incident, WBAI Arts Magazine  by Prairie Miller
▶  Damascus Unmasked, The Globe and Mail  by Rob Howatson
▶  Banned in the Middle East, Village Voice  by Michael Atkinson
▶  Interview with Rasha Salti, ALTYAZI  by Gözde Onaran, Rasha Salti, Senem Aytaç
▶  Manhattan film festival seeks to tell the Arab story, The National
▶  Antoine’s Afterlife in Film, The New Yorker  by Nana Asfour
▶  Canvas Magazine: Profile of ArteEast’s collaboration with Moma: “Mapping Subjectivity,” Canvas Magazine
▶  CinémaTuesdays: World Nomads Morocco, Press Release
▶  Aesthetic Uprisings, Jadaliyya
▶  مهرجان الفيلم العربي يحتفل بالسينما البديلة, Al Jazeera
▶  Arab Film Festival Brings Alternative Films, Arab Spring To Dearborn, Huffington Post  by Kate Abbey-Lambertz
▶  The Bad And The Beautiful, Syrian cinema comes out swinging at the Walter Reade, Gay City News  by Ionnis Mookas