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The 10th edition of Panorama of the European Film to expand to 10 Egyptian cities

Ahram Online , Sunday 15 Oct 2017
10th edition of panorama of the European Film
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The Panorama of the European Film's 10th edition, which will take place between 8 and 18 November, will expand its outreach this year by holding screenings in 10 cities across Egypt.

The annual festival was founded by Misr International Films and is organized by Zawya, Cairo's arthouse cinema.

Spanning 11 days, the event brings to Egyptian audiences a selection of the latest award-winning European feature, documentary, and short films,’ while also highlighting several European classics.

The Panorama further offers a program of workshops, classes, and talks with international filmmakers.

Zawya Cinema and Zamalek Cinema will serve as Cairo's two primary venues, while the Goethe Institut and the French Institut will host free screenings for select films.

In Alexandria, screenings will be held at Amir Cinema, in Port Said at Rio Cinema and at the Arkan Cultural Center, and in Ismailia at Dunya Cinema.

Assiut, Mansoura, Zagazig, and Damietta will also feature single screenings as part of the Panorama.

According to a statement by organizers, this year's program boasts over 50 films, all yet to be announced.

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