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Arabic Cinema: A reflection of Politics and Religion in the Middle East

Online

04MarVintage projector in a dark background with light coming out of the projector.

Open to King’s/LC Students only

The workshop will provide a journey through the evolution of Arabic cinema, from its early beginnings to the present day. It will analyse how political events, revolutions, and social movements in the Middle East find expression in film. The workshop will delve into the portrayal of religion in Arabic cinema and examine how filmmakers handle religious themes, traditions, and conflicts, shedding light on the complexities of faith and spirituality in the region.

Target audience: Language Module Stage 1;Language Module Stage 2;Language Module Stage 3;Short Course Level 1;Short Course Level 2;Short Course Level 5;PGO Beginners;PGO Intermediate;LAHP Beginner;LAHP Beginners Plus;LAHP Intermediate.

Convenor: Amira Mills

Please email language.resources@kcl.ac.uk if you have any access requirements.

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Amira Mills

Deputy Team Leader


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