Netflix Presents: Celebrating Arabic Cinema

Celebrating the Breadth and Beauty of Arab Cinema

Each year, the entertainment community and cinephiles around the world turn their attention to global award ceremonies such as the Academy Awards, the BAFTAs, Cannes, Venice and more. All eyes are on the films, no matter where they’re from and what they’re about, welcoming authentic storytelling from all parts of the world.

We pride ourselves on giving people the opportunity to experience content they may not have had a chance to see and have made this even easier, with the launch of the Prestige collection in 2020 which celebrated iconic Arab films. Today, we build on that legacy, with a catalogue of 58 films that celebrate Arab cinema, bringing the best of…

  • West Beirut
  • Salt of This Sea
  • Omar
  • The Unknown Saint
  • Alexandria… Why?
  • Divine Intervention
  • 3000 Nights
  • The Kite
  • Bonboné
  • Destiny
  • Ghadi
  • Alexandria, Again and Forever
  • Under the Bombs
  • Very Big Shot
  • Like Twenty Impossibles
  • Bosta
  • The Tambour of Retribution
  • Blind Intersections
  • Wadjda
  • The Square
  • The Present
  • The White Helmets
  • Cairo Station
  • Lift Like a Girl
  • Ghost Hunting
  • Ave Maria
  • A Drowning Man
  • Haifa Street
  • Of Fathers and Sons
  • Last Men in Aleppo
  • Dear Son
  • Theeb
  • Until the End of Time
  • Falafel
  • Caramel
  • Marjoun and the Flying Headscarf
  • Facing Mecca
  • Amsterdam to Anatolia
  • When I Saw You
  • Paradise Now
  • The Wanted 18
  • It Must Be Heaven
  • 200 Meters
  • Where Do We Go Now?
  • Scales
  • Girl's Secrets
  • Sleepless Nights
  • I Love Cinema
  • Messages from the Sea
  • Yomeddine
  • Poisonous Roses
  • When We're Born
  • 1982
  • Beauty and the Dogs
  • Sheikh Jackson
  • Clash
  • Wajib
  • Capernaum
  • A Son
  • You Will Die at Twenty
  • For Sama