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Exclusive: Inescapable 'How Did You Meet?' Clip

Exclusive: Inescapable 'How Did You Meet?' Clip
Brooklyn-born Marisa Tomei showcases an impressive Syrian accent in our exclusive clip from Inescapable, currently playing in theaters and available on SundanceNow, VOD, iTunes, Amazon Streaming, PS3 Playstation Unlimited, Xbox Zune, Google Play and YouTube. Ruba Nadda directs this drama centering on Adib Abdel Kareem (Alexander Siddig), a Toronto family man whose mysterious past comes to light after his daughter disappears in Syria. Take a look at this intense scene featuring Adib and his wife Fatima (Marisa Tomei) in a heated exchange. You can also clickHere to learn more about how to watch this new film on SundanceNow.

Inescapable - Exclusive "How Did You Meet?"

Adib Abdel Kareem (Alexander Siddig) had made the perfect life for himself in Toronto: beautiful wife, two grown daughters, great job. He is a confident man, at ease in any setting - his Syrian background betrayed only by a slight accent and his daughters' names,
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Inescapable gets second poster and trailer on Upcoming Movies

Watch the trailer and see the second poster for IFC Films' Inescapable, starring Alexander Siddig, Joshua Jackson and Marisa Tomei. The IFC Films release opens on February 22nd and is directed and written by Ruba Nadda. Oded Fehr, Saad Siddiqui, Fadia Nadda, Jay Anstey and Bonnie Lee Bouman complete the main cast. It is January, 2011, before the Arab Spring begins to take hold in Syria. Adib Abdel Kareem (Siddig) had made the perfect life for himself in Toronto: beautiful wife, two grown daughters, great job. He is a confident man, at ease in any setting - his Syrian background betrayed only by a slight accent and his daughters’ names, Muna and Leila. Adib is a man who has successfully built a life from scratch – a man who had left his past behind.
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Inescapable gets second poster and trailer on Upcoming Movies

Watch the trailer and see the second poster for IFC Films' Inescapable, starring Alexander Siddig, Joshua Jackson and Marisa Tomei. The IFC Films release opens on February 22nd and is directed and written by Ruba Nadda. Oded Fehr, Saad Siddiqui, Fadia Nadda, Jay Anstey and Bonnie Lee Bouman complete the main cast. It is January, 2011, before the Arab Spring begins to take hold in Syria. Adib Abdel Kareem (Siddig) had made the perfect life for himself in Toronto: beautiful wife, two grown daughters, great job. He is a confident man, at ease in any setting - his Syrian background betrayed only by a slight accent and his daughters’ names, Muna and Leila. Adib is a man who has successfully built a life from scratch – a man who had left his past behind.
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Inescapable 'Give My Condolences' Clip

Inescapable 'Give My Condolences' Clip
Inescapable, the new drama from director Ruba Nadda, will premiere at next month's 2012 Toronto International Film Festival. We have a clip for you to watch, which offers a look at this tense mystery held together by the universal theme of undying and uncompromising love between a father and a daughter.

Inescapable - Give My Condolences

It is January 2011, before the Arab Spring begins to take hold in Syria.

Adib Abdel Kareem (Alexander Siddig) had made the perfect life for himself in Toronto: beautiful wife, two grown daughters, great job. He is a confident man, at ease in any setting - his Syrian background betrayed only by a slight accent and his daughters' names, Muna and Leila. Adib is a man who has successfully built a life from scratch - a man who had left his past behind.

Until his daughter, Muna, disappears in Damascus and his past catches up to him all at once.
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Inescapable movie clip

Watch a new clip from Ruba Nadda's Inescapable, starring Alexander Siddig, Joshua Jackson and Marisa Tomei We also have the poster for the film below the trailer, which makes its debut at this year's Toronto International Film Festival. Ruba Nadda directs and scripts the film produced by Daniel Iron and Lance Samuels. Also in the cast are Resident Evil: Retribution's Oded Fehr as well as Saad Siddiqui, Fadia Nadda, Jay Anstey and Bonnie Lee Bouman. It is January 2011, before the Arab Spring begins to take hold in Syria. Adib Abdel Kareem (Alexander Siddig) had made the perfect life for himself in Toronto: beautiful wife, two grown daughters, great job. He is a confident man, at ease in any setting - his Syrian background betrayed only by a slight accent and his daughters' names, Muna and Leila. Adib is a man who has successfully built a life from scratch
See full article at Upcoming-Movies.com »

Inescapable movie clip

Watch a new clip from Ruba Nadda's Inescapable, starring Alexander Siddig, Joshua Jackson and Marisa Tomei We also have the poster for the film below the trailer, which makes its debut at this year's Toronto International Film Festival. Ruba Nadda directs and scripts the film produced by Daniel Iron and Lance Samuels. Also in the cast are Resident Evil: Retribution's Oded Fehr as well as Saad Siddiqui, Fadia Nadda, Jay Anstey and Bonnie Lee Bouman. It is January 2011, before the Arab Spring begins to take hold in Syria. Adib Abdel Kareem (Alexander Siddig) had made the perfect life for himself in Toronto: beautiful wife, two grown daughters, great job. He is a confident man, at ease in any setting - his Syrian background betrayed only by a slight accent and his daughters' names, Muna and Leila. Adib is a man who has successfully built a life from scratch
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Sure-Footed Ponies: Finding our Tau

Entry 6: Finding Our Tau February 9, 2011 - Maseru, Lesotho Casting decisions have cost Andrew Mudge some sleepless nights, but he may have found the Tau he's been looking for. We've seen incredible talent out of Johannesburg. All of last week, cramped but cozy in a sunlit audition room at Bonnie Lee Bouman's casting agency, we the Tfk team auditioned upwards of 40 young men and women for the lead roles of Atang and Dineo. It's inspiring to see these two characters come to life in the hands of such passionate and capable actors. I've also had a couple of almost sleepless nights trying to make the decisions about whom to cast for the leads. In the early morning hours, when even our neighborhood's pack of canines have sacked out somewhere, I open my laptop and pull up Quicktimes of improvised scenes of the three female finalists auditioning for the role of Dineo.
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