), also known as Philip, was Roman Emperor from 244 to 249.He was born in Arabia Petraea, the Roman province of Arabia, in a city situated in modern-day Syria.For a century, cinema has helped us glimpse life in countries where we may never set foot.
Alawadi died at a hospital two days later from multiple fractures to her skull.
But rather than drawing out the mystery, it takes a sharp turn and tells us matter-of-factly that of course it was trolls killing the bears, and not only that, here’s one of them ready to bonk you on the head.
The titular Troll Hunter extraordinaire is played by the affable comedian Otto Jespersen, who brings the entire monster premise to an entirely different level through his nonchalant attitude.
The festival will showcase directors who like to play with form: The Majoun Collective, a group of Syrian creatives, will be showing their stop-motion film , about a little boy who wants to be an inventor when he grows up – so he invents a machine which gives super powers to tissue – and uses it to make armour to protect him. looks at disenfranchised Algerians through a quasi-documentary lens. The opening day will include a free-for-all, un-ticketed Arabic music and street food market and taking place in the BBC World Piazza from 12pm will be a selection of food stalls with culinary specials from the Middle East to North Africa and an experimental electronic performance in collaboration with Shubbak: London’s Festival of Contemporary Arabic Culture by Khaled Kurbeh and Raman Khalaf.
Adam Curtis will also be talking about how Britain and America invented fake visions of the Arab world for over 40 years (Thursday 28 March, 7pm).