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In Photos: Egypt's stars hit the red carpet at El-Gouna festival for world premiere of Photocopy

Mahmoud Hemeida and Shereen Reda were among the stars attending the world premiere of Egyptian movie Photocopy, competing for the Golden Star award for Best Feature Movie at the El-Gouna Film Festival

Nahed Nasr, Tuesday 26 Sep 2017
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Cast and crew of Photocopy at the El-Gouna Film Festival (Photo: El-Gouna Film Festival)
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Some of Egypt's top actors and filmmakers hit the red carpet at the El-Gouna Film Festival on Monday for the official world premiere of Photocopy, a star-studded feature film directed by Tamer Ashry.

Among those spotted by Ahram Online were actors Mahmoud Hemeida and Amr Salama, along with actresses Elham Shahin, Shereen Reda, Farah Youssef, Yousra and Nelly Karim.

The film is produced by Red Star Productions and written by Haitham Dabour.

The cast includes Mahmoud Hemeida, Shereen Reda, Farah Youssef, Aly Tayeb and Ahmed Dash.

Photocopy is competing for the Best Feature Movie prize at the first  El-Gouna Film Festival, which runs from 22 to 29 September.

The film premiered at the Open-air Theatre on 25 September and will have another screening on 27 September at Tub (Audi Max) in El-Gouna.

Photocopy will go on general release in Egypt's cinemas later this year.

Check the programme of the remaining days of the festival (26-29 September) here

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Yousra (Photo: El-Gouna Film Festival)

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Ali Eltayeb (Photo: El-Gouna Film Festival)

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Mahmoud Hemida (Photo: El-Gouna Film Festival)

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Sherin Reda (Photo: El-Gouna Film Festival)

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(Photo: El-Gouna Film Festival)

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Scriptwriter Haitham Dabour and his wife Sara Sanad (Photo: El-Gouna Film Festival)

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Ahmed Dash (Photo: El-Gouna Film Festival)

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