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Book Alert: Faten Hamama by Zeinab Abdelrazzak

Writer and journalist Zeinab Abdelrazzak will discuss her newly published book on the life of the Lady of the Screen Faten Hamama, on Tuesday, 9 Feb at 6:00pm

Ahram Online , Tuesday 9 Feb 2016
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Writer and journalist Zeinab Abdelrazzak will discuss her newly released book "Faten Hamama," at Cairo International Book Fair, Main Hall, Tuesdsay at 6:00pm.

The book, which was released from Dar El-Shorouk, is a documentation of the life of the famous Egyptian actress Faten Hamama, and includes several interviews that Abdelrazzak had with her and were never published during Hamama's life upon her request.

Faten Hamama passed away on 17 January 2015 and was one of Egypt’s most prominent actresses in the 1950s, 1960s, and early 1970s. Hamama was married to the Egyptian film star Omar Sharif. They starred in several movies together and became one of Egypt's most famous celebrity couples, before divorcing in the mid-1970s. Omar Sharif passed away shortly after Hamama, on 10 July 2015.

Programme:

Tuesday, 9 February, 6:00pm

Cairo International Book Fair's Main Hall

Fair Grounds, Nasr City

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