Roberto Ruta

22 July 2014

2014 | SPECIAL SCREENING FRIDAY 25 JULY

Friday, July 25, in the beautiful Santissima Annunziata square, an evening of screenings with Middle East Now on the occasion of the summer arena Apriti Cinema! […]
3 June 2014

GREENHOUSE PROGRAM 2014-2015 IS NOW OPEN!

Deadline for submission: August 20th 2014

 Greenhouse is a unique, innovative, international initiative aimed at developing and nurturing documentary filmmakers in the Southern Mediterranean region (Algeria, […]
3 June 2014

North African cuisine is hot in Paris

The French-Algerian Mourad Mazouz, also known as “Momo”, is probably one of the most famous and successful creators of restaurants of the last two decades. In London his […]
1 May 2014

CINEMA: FESTIVAL PROGRAMME 2014 AND THE WINNERS

The 2014 edition of the festival featureed a full program of 52 films and a total of 45 Italian and European premieres; feature films, documentaries, animation […]
17 April 2014

THE WINNERS OF THE 2014 EDITION

“Returns to Homs” wins “Middle East Now Audience Award 2014”. A special mention to the Moroccan feature film “Rock the Casbah ” by Laila Marrakchi, and […]
25 March 2014

MUSIC: Lebanese band Mashrou’ Leila for the first time in concert in Italy

MASHROU ‘LEILA,  the most notable indie rock band in the Middle East, will be in concert for the first time in Italy: Friday 11 April, at the Auditorium […]
24 March 2014

EXHIBITIONS 2014: the photographic project “Occupied Pleasures” by Tanya Habjouqa

The photographic project on small daily pleasures of life in the Occupied Territories and Gaza, winner of a World Press Photo 2014 in the category “daily […]
24 March 2014

THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO THE FESTIVAL

Download the official guide of Middle East Now 2014, with the complete schedule of the films, screenings, exhibitions and special events, the daily calendar with all […]
20 March 2014

EXHIBITIONS 2014: Reportage “Persia Mon Amour” on the Iranians living in Florence

A reportage and a photographic exhibition – PERSIA MON AMOUR – at the Boralevi Carpet Gallery in Via Maggio – on the Iranians living in Florence signed […]