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36th Cairo Int'l Film Fest: Oscars foreign films submission entries - TRAILERS

The 36th edition of the Cairo International Film Festival will feature six official foreign film submissions for the 2015 Oscars from Palestine, Japan, Australia, Latvia, Mauritania and Greece

Ahram Online, Tuesday 11 Nov 2014
Oscars at CIFF
Left to Right: Rocks in My Pockets, Eyes of a Thief, Timbuktu
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Monday 10 November

5pm
Eyes of a Thief
Directed by: Najwa Najjar
Palestine - Fiction - 2014 - 98 min.
O.V. Arabic - English subtitles
Arab and African Premiere
Palestine’s entry for the 2015 Oscars

Cairo Opera House, Main hall
Entry with badges, tickets

Eyes of a Thief
Eyes of a Thief, Palestine

Tuesday 11 November

2pm
Eyes of a Thief
Directed by: Najwa Najjar
Palestine - Fiction - 2014 - 98 min.
O.V. Arabic - English subtitles
Arab and African Premiere
Palestine’s entry for the 2015 Oscars

El-Hadara Cinema II, Cairo Opera House
Entry with badges only

4pm
The Light Shines Only There
Directed by: Mipo Oh
Japan - Fiction - 2014 - 120 min.
O.V. Japanese - English and Arabic subtitles
Arab and African Premiere
Best Director - Montreal Film Festival 2014
Japan’s entry for 2015 Oscars

El Hanager theatre, Cairo Opera House
Entry with badges, tickets

The Light Shines on My Way

Wednesday 12 November

6pm
Charlie's Country
Directed by: Rolf de Heer
Australia - Fiction - 2014 - 108 min.
O.V English - Arabic subtitles
Arab and African Premiere
Australian’s entry for the 2015 Oscars

Main Hall, Cairo Opera House
Entry with badges, tickets

10pm
The Light Shines Only There
Directed by: Mipo Oh
Japan - Fiction - 2014 - 120 min.
O.V. Japanese - English and Arabic subtitles
Arab and African Premiere
Best Director - Montreal Film Festival 2014
Japan’s entry for 2015 Oscars

El Hanager theatre, Cairo Opera House
Entry with badges, tickets

Charlie's Country

Thursday 13 November

2pm
Charlie's Country
Directed by: Rolf de Heer
Australia - Fiction - 2014 - 108 min.
O.V English - Arabic subtitles
Arab and African Premiere
Australian’s entry for the 2015 Oscars

El Hadara II, Cairo Opera House
Entry with badges only

Sunday 16 November

2pm

Rocks In My Pocket

Directed by: Signe Baumane
Latvia - Animation - 2014 - 88 min.
O.V. English - Arabic Subtitles
Arab and African Premiere
FIPRESCI Prize Karlovy Vary Film Festival 2014
Latvia’s entry for Oscars 2015

Main Hall, Cairo Opera House
Entry with badges, tickets

Rocks in my pockets

Monday 17 November

10am
Timbuktu
Directed by: Abderrahmane Sissako
Mauritania - Fiction - 2014 - 97 min.
O.V. Arabic - English Subtitles
African Premiere

Small Hall, Cairo Opera House
Entry with badges, tickets

6pm
Little England (Also the Closing Film)
Directed by: Pantelis Voulgaris
Greece - Fiction - 2014 - 132 min.
O.V. Greek - English and Arabic Subtitles
Arab and African Premiere
Shanghai Film Festival 2014: Best Film, Best Director and Best Actress (Pinelopi Tsilika)
Greece’s entry for the 2015 Oscars

Main hall, Cairo Opera House
Entry with badges, tickets

6pm
Rocks In My Pocket
Directed by: Signe Baumane
Latvia - Animation - 2014 - 88 min.
O.V. English - Arabic Subtitles
Arab and African Premiere
FIPRESCI Prize Karlovy Vary Film Festival 2014
Latvia’s entry for Oscars 2015

El-Hadara Cinema II, Cairo Opera House
Entry with badges only

Timbuktu

Tuesday 18 November

12pm
Timbuktu
Directed by: Abderrahmane Sissako
Mauritania - Fiction - 2014 - 97 min.
O.V. Arabic - English Subtitles
African Premiere

Small Hall, Cairo Opera House
Entry with badges, tickets

12pm
Little England (also the Closing Film)
Directed by: Pantelis Voulgaris
Greece - Fiction - 2014 - 132 min.
O.V. Greek - English and Arabic Subtitles
Arab and African Premiere
Shanghai Film Festival 2014: Best Film, Best Director and Best Actress (Pinelopi Tsilika)
Greece’s entry for the 2015 Oscars

El Hadara Cinema II, Cairo Opera House
Entry with badges only

Little England

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