1. Abu Dhabi Film Festival 2014

    Welcome to one of the most exciting movie events in the world

  2. Abu Dhabi Film Festival must see movies 2014

    Cinematic highlights from this year's Abu Dhabi Film Festival

  3. UAE box office top ten

    What were the most popular films at the UAE box office last week?

  4. 5 to see: All-star casts

    Want a lot of star quality in your film? Try these films on...


New releases

  • Fury

    Old-fashioned Second World War epic with Brad Pitt and Shia LaBoeuf

  • The Boxtrolls

    Digitally animated adventure from the producers of Coraline and ParaNorman

  • The Berlin File

    Korean espionage thriller with Hollywood-lite production values

  • Kite

    Revenge thriller with Samuel L.Jackson and Callan McAuliffe

  • Love, Rosie

    A sweet romantic comedy where two young best friends slowly find love

  • Tom Sawyer & Huckleberry Finn

    Mark Twain's trouble-loving twosome are adapted for the big screen again

  • A Good Man

    Steven Seagal plays a handyman living in Russia delivering justice with martial arts

  • The Mule

    Human and drug trafficking drama with Sharon Stone and Billy Zane

  • Enemies Closer

    Jean-Claude Van Damme is back for another martial arts romp - this time on the Canada/US border

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Also showing

  • The Best of Me

    Romantic drama tells the story of two former teenage sweethearts

  • Open Windows

    Action thriller taking a sideways look at online celebrity culture starring Elijah Wood

  • The Trials of Cate McCall

    Tense courtroom drama with Kate Beckinsale as a disgraced and discredited lawyer

  • Enemies Closer

    Jean-Claude Van Damme is back for another martial arts romp - this time on the Canada/US border

  • Left Behind

    Incredibly bad sci-fi disaster film with Nicholas Cage and Chad Michael Murray

  • The Judge

    Legal drama with Robert Duvall, Robert Downey Jr and Billy Bob Thornton

  • Dracula Untold

    Game of Thrones meets Dracula in this 12th century horror of an action movie

  • The Guest

    Adam Wingard’s sharp, rattling retro thriller is a welcome switch-up

  • Revenge of the Green Dragons

    With Martin Scorsese as executive producer, this film seems to come with serious gangster movie credentials

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