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Tuesday, 23 April 2019
6th Euro Film Panorama
Egyptian director Hala Lotfy's 'Coming Forth By Day' screened at Galaxy Cinema on 6 December as part of the 6th Panorama of the European Film to a packed audience left touched and impressed
Director Ayten Amin's highly anticipated first feature film, Villa 69, was met with acclaim from Egyptian audiences at the Panorama of the European Film in Cairo on Wednesday; the film will hit Egyptian cinemas on 25 December
Indian movie Ship of Theseus relays three interrelated stories, among the protagonists of which is young Egyptian filmmaker Aida El-Kashef playing a blind photographer
Daniel Patrick Carbone's 'Hide Your Smiling Faces,' screened during the Panorama of the European Film, peers into moments laden with emotion through powerfully improvised performances by young actors
Five short films by young Egyptian directors were produced by Misr International Films and screened at the Panorama festival
A two-day conference on Education and Cinema took place at the British Council Saturday 30 November and 1 December
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The Panorama of the Euro Film closed Saturday with 'Villa 69' and 'Young and Beautiful' while the harmonious vocals of Tunisian singer Ghalia Benali, dubbed the daughter of the wind, took the audience by surprise
Saturday, 7 December, sees the closing ceremony of the 6th edition of the European Panorama, including two screenings and a concert with Tunisian singer Ghalia Ben Ali
Ahram Online recommends My Sweet Pepper Land (France, Germany, Iraq 2013), What Richard Did (Ireland 2012) and Sleepless Nights (Lebanon, UAE, Qatar, Palestine, France 2012)
Ahram Online recommends 'Coming Forth by Day' (Egypt, UAE 2012), and Hannah Arendt (Germany 2012)
Set to screen twice Thursday 5, and Firday 6 December, during the Panorama of the European Film, 'The Square,' an award-winning documentary about the January 25 Revolution, will not show for technical reasons
Ahram Online recommends 'Hannah Arendt' (Germany 2012) and 'Giraffada' (France, Germany, Italy, Palestine 2013)
Closing event on Saturday will also features screenings of Lebanese documentary Layaly Bala Nom (Sleepless Nights) and French film Jeune & Jolie (Young and Pretty)
Ahram Online recommends 'Ship of Theseus' (India 2012), 'A World Not Ours' (Lebanon, UK, Denmark 2012) and 'Kon-Tiki' (Norway, UK 2012)

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