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Hatha El-Masaa Ramadan series scoops honours at Syndicate of Filmmakers awards

Hatha Al-Masaa won four awards out of seven, including Best Director, at the award ceremony on Sunday

Ahram Online , Monday 31 Jul 2017
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Hatha El-Masaa (This Evening) has scooped four awards out of seven in the Syndicate of Filmmakers awards for Ramadan TV series, with Sunset Oasis following close behind.

The prize-winners were selected by way of a vote, with 27 critics participating, and the awards presented at a Cairo ceremony on Sunday.

The series Hatha Al-Masaa (This Evening) garnered the most votes in four categories out of seven; Tamer Mohsen won Best Director; Wael Farag took Best Editing; Tamer Mohsen won Best Script; and Nancy Abdelfattah won Best Costume Design.

Sunset Oasis won three awards; Kamla Abo Zekry for Best Director; Reem Adel for Best Scenography; and Fawzy Al-Awamry for Best Cinematography.

Director Samir Farag was also awarded for his directioon of  Zel El-Raees (The President’s Shadow), and the award for Best Makeup went to Mohamed Ashoub and Mohamed Abdelhamid for El-Gamaa 2.

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