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Art Alert: 2nd edition of Visions Short Film Festival

The festival will showcase top directors’ early works on the opening day, before daily screenings of films by 71 young Egyptian filmmakers

Ahram Online , Thursday 4 Apr 2019
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The second edition of the Visions Short Film Festival will open 11 April at the American University in Cairo’s (AUC) Ewart Hall.

The festival is organised and run by the film department at AUC, and aims to showcase the works of young directors to the general public.

The films of 71 young directors will be screened across six days.

This edition will honour director Ali Badrakhan, and will dedicate an exhibition to his work at Falaki Gallery, in parallel to the festival.

The opening night will present a selection of early short films by Mohamed Khan, Shady Abdelsalam, Samir Auf, Khairy Bichara, Hashem El-Nahhas, and Dawoud Abdelsayed.

Programme:
The festival’s opening is 11 April at 7.30 pm, and it will run till 17 April
Ewart Hall, American University in Cairo, Tahrir Square, Downtown Cairo

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