Tag Archives: Theeb

Last Chance to Win Theeb on DVD!

Take our advice and try your hand at winning this one… We loved Theeb when we reviewed it earlier this year. It weaves a tale of a young Bedouin boy who lives in the Ottoman province of Hijaz during the First World War who’s sheltered life is shattered when he accompanies his brother and a British […]

Competition: Win Theeb on DVD!

Take our advice and try your hand at winning this one… We loved Theeb when we reviewed it earlier this year. It weaves a tale of a young Bedouin boy who lives in the Ottoman province of Hijaz during the First World War who’s sheltered life is shattered when he accompanies his brother and a British […]

Theeb – Review (Spoiler Free)

With its Bedouin roots & a flavour the old West this is a stunning and visceral experience… Naji Abu Nowar’s directorial debut is an intelligently presented and emotionally grounded coming of age tale which strikes the fine balance between being richly defined by its culture without becoming impenetrable to outsiders. Theeb tells the story of a young boy Bedouin boy who […]

Exclusive Interview: Naji Abu Nowar Talks Theeb

Today we are very excited to welcome director and writer Naji Abu Nowar to the site in order to talk about his new film Theeb. We at Rumsey’s are pretty big fans of this Arabic coming of age western and can’t wait for you all to see it when it opens in a few days […]