Everything you can read, see or listen about the intercultural dialogue between the two shores of the Mediterranean

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Articles about Islam

Articles about the dialogue

Articles on immigration and integration

Cultural institutions (European)

Cultural institutions (Mediterranean)

Cultural magazines and web sites


  • Cinema - Alexandria Film Festival
  • Cinema - Cairo Film Festival
    Most important festival of the Southern border of the Mediterranean, it is hold generally in November
  • DocAviv – International Festival of Documentaries of Tel Aviv
    The festival is hold in March and April
  • Ashdod International Film Festival
    The ASHDOD INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL is held during the Jewish high holiday of Passover (known as the Jewish "Festival of Freedom"), the festival attracts the multitude of vacationers and movie goers from Southern and central Israel.
  • Festival International du Film de Marrakech
    One of the most significant festival of the Mediterranean countries. It is hold in December
  • Jericho International Film Festival
    The Jericho International Film Festival is the edition of what started out as the Ramallah International Film Festival. From 2005 the Festival moved to its permanent home – the city of Jericho.
  • Istanbul International Film Festival
    The International Istanbul Film Festival supports the improvement of Turkish cinema and encourages commercial distribution of high-quality films, while also promoting Turkish cinema worldwide. It was in 1982 that the first "film week" was organized as part of the International Istanbul Festival, with 6 films themed around "the Arts and the Cinema."
  • Damascus Film Festival
    It is hold in November
  • Carthage Film Festival
    One of the most prestigious festivals in the Region, it is held in November
  • Jordan - Jordan Short Film Festival
    When the Amman Filmmakers Cooperative (AFC) was launched back in 2003, there was one goal in mind: to give young Arab and Jordanian filmmakers a chance to make their first short films. Jordan was an arid cinema desert with only one or two promising filmmakers who called Jordan home.
  • Amal Film Festival - Araguaney Foundation – Bridging Cultures
    Established in 1984, Araguaney Foundation – Bridging Cultures is a cultural private nonprofit organization nationwide. As a competitive festival, AMAL 07 seeks the promotion of quality Arab production projects, co produced between Galicia, Spain and some Arab country or with Arab subject matter.



Publishers and publishing agencies


Web sites dedicated to Arab Cinema

Web sites on cultural dialogue