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Quantico's Yasmine Al Massri Reflects on Her Refugee Past: 'There Is an Inhuman, Selfish, Uneducated Idea of What a Refugee Is'

18 August 2016 3:40 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Yasmine Al Massri is lending a voice on behalf of refugees around the globe. Growing up as a Palestinian refugee, the Quantico star opened up to People about the cruel realities and hardships she faced, and her decision to speak at the United Nations World Humanitarian Day Gala on Friday. "The biggest misconception is that refugees are dirty people who don't take a shower, who come to your house, eat your food and then spit on you," the actress said. "There is an inhuman, selfish, uneducated idea of what a refugee is - a very negative image that was built because of lack of information, »

- Christina Dugan, @Christina_Dugan

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Quantico's Yasmine Al Massri Reflects on Her Refugee Past: 'There Is an Inhuman, Selfish, Uneducated Idea of What a Refugee Is'

18 August 2016 3:40 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Yasmine Al Massri is lending a voice on behalf of refugees around the globe. Growing up as a Palestinian refugee, the Quantico star opened up to People about the cruel realities and hardships she faced, and her decision to speak at the United Nations World Humanitarian Day Gala on Friday. "The biggest misconception is that refugees are dirty people who don't take a shower, who come to your house, eat your food and then spit on you," the actress said. "There is an inhuman, selfish, uneducated idea of what a refugee is - a very negative image that was built because of lack of information, »

- Christina Dugan, @Christina_Dugan

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Lebanese Director Nadine Labaki Preps ‘Cafarnaúm’ (Exclusive)

17 May 2016 8:23 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Cannes — Lebanese actress-turned-helmer Nadine Labaki, whose latest film “Where Do We Go Now” won prizes in Cannes and Toronto, is set to direct her third pic, “Cafarnaúm” (Capernaum), a $4 million feature set in a Middle Eastern town.

Labaki is reteaming with her regular French producer, Anne-Dominique Toussaint at Les Films des Tournelles — the Paris-based outfit behind this year’s Directors Fortnight player “Tour de France” directed by Rachid Djaidani. Labaki and her husband, Khaled Mouzanar, who is a popular music composer, will co-produce via their newly-launched outfit in Lebanon.

“Cafarnaúm” (Capernaum) wil start shooting at the end of the summer in Liban.

The script – now completed — is based on an original story penned by Labaki Jihad Hojeily whose credits include “Caramel” and “Where Do We Go Now” (pictured above).

A political and contemporary fable in the vein of Labaki’s first two movies, “Cafarnaum” centers around a child who rebels »

- Elsa Keslassy

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John Turturro, Paolo Sorrentino & More Create Anthology In Trailer for ‘Rio, I Love You’

1 March 2016 11:15 AM, PST | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

You probably know how these [City], I Love You films work: a collection of directors — and some very prestigious ones, at that — create short films that are set in and, perhaps in some way, defined by the area in question. This is a great idea that most would say has never exactly taken off, considering the tepid reception afforded Paris, je t’aime and New York, I Love You, as well as the absolute lack of attention paid to Tbilisi, I Love You. For better or for worse, there’s now Rio, I Love You, which collects the likes of Paolo Sorrentino, José Padilha, Fernando Meirelles, Guillermo Arriaga, and John Turturro to direct, among others, Harvey Keitel, Emily Mortimer, Vincent Cassel, Jason Isaacs, and Turturro himself.

The latest trailer — which arrives more than 18 months after an initial pair and the film’s premiere — is more promising, if only because it displays »

- Nick Newman

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