Harpur Cinema Presents “On the Edge”

Harpur Cinema presents a film by Moroccan filmmaker, Leila Kilani, On the Edge.  It will be shown on February 17 and 19th in Lecture Hall 6 at 7:30 p.m.   The film explores the existence of young women factory workers living “on the edge” in modern Tangiers free-zone.




The Libraries have a number of books on North African and Arab film.  A selection is below.

Maghrebs in motion: north African cinema in nine movements, by Suzanne Gauch, 2016. e-book.




New voices in Arab cinema, by Roy Ames, 2015. e-book





Ten Arab filmmakers: political dissent and social critique, edited by Josef Gugler, 2015.  Fine Arts Collection  PN1993.5.A65 T48 2015





Hanan al-cinema: affections for the moving image, by Laura U. Marks, 2015.  Fine Arts Collection  PN1993.5.A65 M37 2015




Screens and veils: Maghrebi womens’ cinema, by Florence Martin, 2011.  Fine Arts Collection  PN1993.5.A35 M37 2011




Cinema in an age of terror: north Africa, victimization and colonial history, Michael F. O’Riley, 2010.  Fine Arts Collection PN1995.9.P6 O75 2010

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