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Second Zawya Short Film Festival releases line-up

Ahram Online publishes the list of films screening as part of the second Zawya's Short Film Festival, scheduled to take place between 26 and 28 January

Ahram Online , Thursday 19 Jan 2017
Zawya Short Film Festival
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The second edition of Zawya's Short Film Festival is due to take place at art-house cinema Zawya in downtown Cairo between 26 and 28 January', featuring 27 short films by Egyptian directors and Egypt-based directors.

The films will also compete for a total of four awards which are: the Red Star Films Best Film Award (EGP 15,000 EGP), the Misr International Films Best Director Award (EGP 10,000 EGP), the Film Clinic Jury Prize (EGYP 10,000 EGP), and the Birthmark Films Best Screenplay Award (EGP 5000).

The film line-up includes: 

Coma by Amr Ali

Tolerance by Sandro Canaan

Discipline by Christophe Saber

Hyperrealism by Abdallah Shaarawi

Last Tape by Hani Sami

Fathy Doesn't Live Here Anymore by Maged Nader

The Builders by Naji Ismail

The Tea Cart by Abanoub Nabil

31 Silent Encounters by Marianne Fahmy

Aida by Maysoon El Masri

A Stroll Down Sunflower Lane by Mayye Zayed

Live Match by Maggie Morgan

Piece of Wood by Yassin Koptan

Men Youmha by May Salem

Emmanuel by Mahmoud Samir

Secret Coins in the Factory by Mohamed Allam

The Last Scene by Farouk Kassem

Just Like Sugar by Nada Rezq

The Wheel by Menna Ekram

Apoptosis by Hady Basiouny

Things Stay For A While by Bryony Dunne

Jamila by Youssef Noaman

I I by Samir Radwan

The Pine Tree by Mohamed Taymour

Fall by Youssef Aboudan

Trezias by Marwan El Moslemany

Human by Ingie Enan

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