Haiffa Al-Mansour

filmmaker

Guest

Haiffa Al-Mansour on KCRW

Remarkably, in a culture which segregates women, the first feature film ever shot entirely in Saudi Arabia was directed by a woman.

Behind the Scene's of 'Wadjda,' Saudi Arabia's First Feature Film

Remarkably, in a culture which segregates women, the first feature film ever shot entirely in Saudi Arabia was directed by a woman.

from To the Point

Haiffa Al-Mansour is a Saudi Arabian female filmmaker -- a surprising feat in a country that has banned movie theaters and has restrictive views of women.

Haiffa Al-Mansour

Haiffa Al-Mansour is a Saudi Arabian female filmmaker -- a surprising feat in a country that has banned movie theaters and has restrictive views of women.

from The Business

More from KCRW

“ Fire Shut Up in My Bones ” is the Metropolitan Opera’s first production composed by a Black artist — Grammy winner Terence Blanchard.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Netflix is in hot water after a series of failed PR moves following the release of Dave Chappelle’s new comedy special, “The Closer.”

from Hollywood Breakdown

The third season of HBO’s award-winning black comedy “Succession” was supposed to premiere a year ago, but the pandemic halted production for many months.

from The Business

More details are emerging after cinematographer Halyna Hutchins was fatally shot by Alec Baldwin on the set of his movie "Rust."

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Ry Russo-Young on the inevitability of her role in her own documentary

from The Treatment

Some people believe the amount offered by Southern California Gas Company is insufficient to put the pieces back together for the community that has been devastated by the largest…

from KCRW Features

“The Rescue” is a new documentary about the international effort to save a young boys’ soccer team and their coach who were stranded inside a Thailand cave during a monsoon in summer…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Josh Barro and Ken White revisit executive privilege and whether a former president can make a strong claim to keep records private.

from All the Presidents' Lawyers

After more than a year of pandemic-related delays, “No Time to Die” is finally opening in U.S. movie theaters.

from Hollywood Breakdown