Hollywood Is Paying a High Price for the Khashoggi Affair

U.S. film industry's hopes of building a lucrative Saudi film market may now be dashed, following stories about murder of Saudi dissident in Istanbul

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Just a year ago, there was a hint of a revolution in the air in Saudi Arabia. Some 35 years after the kingdom had closed its cinemas, a public screening finally took place in the capital, Riyadh.