Can MENA horror films to go mainstream? Yes, says Emirati filmmaker

Can MENA horror films to go mainstream? Yes, says Emirati filmmaker

The genre of horror has not been much explored by filmmakers in the Middle East and North Africa to date, nor achieved mainstream success.
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Extinction Rebellion floats British house mock-up "sinking" in Thames in climate protest

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