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Tom Cruise Climbs Dubai's Burj Khalifa

Paramount Pictures has released this Tuesday the trailer of the latest chapter in the Mission Impossible series, Ghost Protocol.

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The Nations Odyssey Roadmap of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad

Deana Nassar highlights two films that explore Islam's transformative role and the African-American narrative.

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Review: The Light Thief

It is not easy to take an unknown country and put it on the map. But the film, The Light Thief, does just that.

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Incendies

French for “conflagrations,” Incendies lives up to its meaning of a blazing fire, set primarily in the middle-east.

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How Sharks Keep Us Breathing: An Interview with Filmmaker Jonathan Ali Khan

Swapping fashion for fish and wildlife, film-maker Jonathan Ali Khan has been working on marine conservation for a quarter century.

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The Day I Met Abdul Sattar Edhi, a Living Saint

In the course of my duties as a reporter, I have met presidents, prime ministers and reigning monarchs. Until meeting the Pakistani social worker Abdul Sattar Edhi, I had never met a saint.

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One on One With Aasif Mandvi

Actor-comedian Aasif Mandvi was born in India, raised in Britain and earned fame in the US on The Daily Show by satirising East-West relations.

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'Miral' Writer Rula Jebreal Discusses Her Controversial New Film

Miral, a movie about a Palestinian girl who grows up in an orphanage in Jerusalem, recently opened in New York City and Los Angeles with plans to expand in the next few weeks.

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Qasim 'Q' Basir: Bringing Mooz-lum to the Big Screen

I recently interviewed writer/director Qasim 'Q' Basir about his movie Mooz-lum, a film about a Muslim-American trying to come to terms with himself and his faith. 

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Mooz-lum: A Powerful, Riveting Drama about Muslims in America

In MOOZ-lum, writer/director Qasim “Q” Basir makes his feature film debut with a story about a Muslim-American named Tariq entering college.