Ultimately, The Virgin, the Copts and Me is about what it portrays but also what it conveys. Each audience member at that screening came away with a very personal feeling. Mine was a resolve to continue to believe in the magical power of cinema.
No name says Indian fashion quite like Manish Malhotra. In person, Malhotra's talent is only equaled by his charm. Although he's a legend, thus betraying his long standing in the industry, he is agelessly fresh and utterly cute.
This must be a bittersweet week for filmmaker Nadine Labaki. Her latest film Where Do We Go Now? (W Halla' La Wein?) is being screened to sold-out audiences at Sundance, and yet it failed to get into the Best Foreign Film race for this year's Academy Awards.
This year's TFF offers some incredible treats for those interested in traveling the world through the cinematic lens. It seems to belong to the many Arab and Middle Eastern films featured in the festival.