Roundup: Top looks from the Marrakech Film Festival 

Hend Sabry cut a stylish figure in a peach kaftan with a statement golden belt tied at the waist. (AFP)
Updated 05 December 2019

Roundup: Top looks from the Marrakech Film Festival 

  • British actress Tilda Swinton displayed her unique fashion sense as she wore a floor-length ochre gown with flowing long sleeves

DUBAI: As the 18th annual Marrakech Film Festival continues to show award-winning films, celebrities on the red carpet have wowed audiences with their glamorous, Moroccan-inspired looks.




Moroccan presenter Nabila Kilani attended the Marrakech International Film Festival on Dec. 4. (AFP)

To the screening of Palestinian director Elia Suleiman’s “It Must Be Heaven,” Egyptian-Tunisian actress Hend Sabry cut a stylish figure in a peach kaftan with a statement golden belt tied at the waist.




US actress Blanca Blanco wore a red dress to the Marrakech International Film Festival. (AFP) 

Sabry accessorized the sequined and beaded dress with a chic pair of golden earrings with red crystal. Red is a popular color for celebrities at this year’s festival.




Tunisian actress Abir Bennani attended the 18th Marrakech International Film Festival. (AFP)

From US actress Blanca Blanco to Egyptian actress Elham Shahin, Moroccan presenter Nabila Kilani, Tunisian actress Abir Bennani and French stylist Nawel Debbouze, all the stars seem to have winter looks for the festival. 




Elham Shahin attented the screening of “It Must Be Heaven.” (AFP)

British actress Tilda Swinton displayed her unique fashion sense as she wore a floor-length ochre gown with flowing long sleeves.




Tilda Swinton wore a floor-length ochre gown with flowing long sleeves. (Getty) 

The gown of the “I Am Love” actress cinched slightly at the waist, and featured a long black ribbon tied into a loose but large bow at the neck.


Rami Malek to star in new ‘James Bond’ podcast series

Updated 29 September 2020

Rami Malek to star in new ‘James Bond’ podcast series

DUBAI: Ahead of the worldwide release of the 25th James Bond film this November, “No Time to Die: The Official James Bond Podcast” is launching on Sept. 30. 

Hosted by renowned film critic James King, the new six-part series will feature exclusive interviews with the forthcoming film’s cast, including Egyptian-US actor Rami Malek, who is set to play the antagonist in the action thriller.

There will also be interviews with actors Daniel Craig, Léa Seydoux, Lashana Lynch, Jeffrey Wright, Naomie Harris, Ana de Armas, Rory Kinnear and Billy Magnussen. 

Film director Cary Joji Fukunaga, producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli and a host of key behind-the-scenes crew will also feature in the new podcast series.

Each episode will focus on different aspects of the franchise, giving fans the opportunity to learn more about the making of the iconic film series, from the locations chosen and stunts to costumes and music.  

What’s more, the podcast will feature the first listen to Hans Zimmer’s score for the film with brand new recordings from the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.