18 March, 2008

"Arabian Sands"

M.A. Film Production FZ-LLC announced the release of "Arabian Sands" for first time in celluloid in theatres in Dubai.
The film portrays the journey of a great European explorer with the nomadic camel-breeding Bedu in a harsh land where no thought of a world other than their own existed. No man can live this life and remain unchanged.
As the film represents U.A.E. and the Southern Arabia before the oil boom, we recommend you to see the film in order to get an insight of a heritage now almost disappeared and be part in the success of U.A.E.'s film industry.
The film is being shown in the Dubai theaters for a few days only. The film is in Arabic & English with corresponding subtitles and the duration is one and a half hours.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Dubai:
Mall of the Emirates 4:00pm, 6:00pm, 8:00pm, 10:00pm
Deira City Centre 4:00pm, 6:00pm, 8:00pm, 10:00pm
Abu Dhabi:
Marina Mall 4:00pm, 6:00pm, 8:00pm, 10:00pm
Sharjah & Ajman:
AjmanCity Centre 3:15pm, 5:15pm, 7:15pm, 9:15pm
Ticket cost: AED 30
Estimated audience: <50.
Recommended editing: Adding a belly dance sequence.

DUBAI JAZZ said...

Thanks Editor, when is the debut?

DUBAI JAZZ said...

And btw, I hope this traveler is not the great Sir. Richard Burton who came to this region disguised as an afghan pilgrim and then wrote a memoir in which he portrayed all Arabs (all the way from Alexandria to Mecca) as bunch of smelly, barbarian and stupid bandits?

I am sure the TRA would have banned his memoir back in the 19th century as well!

samuraisam said...

dubai jazz:
"Majid Abdul Razak’s Arabian Sands, a bilingual film in English and Arabic, is inspired by the story of the British adventurer Sir Wilfred Thesiger, whose passion was travelling through some of the most isolated places on earth."

info courtesy of emirates business 24/7

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