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PROGRAMME: Goethe Film Week in Alexandria

The annual Film Week by the Goethe Institute will feature many guests representing their films, as well as a programme of short films by Egyptian filmmakers

Ahram Online , Wednesday 17 Apr 2019
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Goethe-Institut in Alexandria presents its annual Goethe Film Week, running 18-23 April.

This round features a fresh selection of German or German-Egyptian contemporary films, from features to documentaries, alongside special screenings and premieres of Arabic films.

Several screenings will have guests representing the film present who participate in Q&As afterwards.

Egyptian producer Mark Lotfy will attend the screening of Dreamaway, director Ahmed Magdy will attend the screening of his film The Giraffe, director Amal Ramsis will attend the screening of You Come From Far Away, and German director Alina Cyranek will attend Heaps of Love, screening at the Bibliotheca Alexandrina.

As a first, the programme this year also includes Egyptian short films, which will be presented in the framework of Shubbak El Fann, that is also organised by Goethe-Institut.

The shorts programme includes seven films from young and emerging filmmakers, from documentaries to fiction and experimental.

All screenings are free entry, and doors close at full capacity.

Programme:

Thursday, 18 April
At Goethe Institut

6pm
Transit
Director: Christian Petzold
Germany/France (2018)
German with Arabic subtitles

8pm
Dreamaway
Directors: Marouan Omara and Johanna Domke
Germany/Egypt (2018)
Arabic with English subtitles
In the presence of producer Mark Lotfy

Friday, 19 April
At Goethe-Institut

6pm
3 Days in Quiberon
Director: Emily Atef
Germany, Austria and France (2017)

8pm
The Giraffe
Director: Ahmed Magdy
Egypt (2018)
Arabic with English subtitles
In the presence of director Ahmed Magdy

10pm
Sadeem Band Concert
Part of Shubbak El-Fann programme by Goethe Alexandria

Saturday, 20 April
At Goethe-Institut

1.30pm (for young audiences Age +12)
Supa Modo
Director: Likarion Wainaina
Kenya, Germany (2018)
English, Swahili feature film with Arabic subtitles

At Jesuit Cultural Centre
7pm
You Come From Far Away
Director: Amal Ramsis
Egypt, Lebanon, Spain and Qatar (2018)
Arabic, English and Spanish with Arabic subtitles
In the presence of director Amal Ramsis

Sunday, 21 April
At Bibliotheca Alexandrina

7pm
Heaps of love
Director: Alina Cyranek
Germany (2016)
German with English subtitles
In the presence of director Alina Cyranek

Monday, 22 April
At Bibliotheca Alexandrina

5pm
Beuys
Director: Andres Veiel
Germany (2017)
German documentary film with Arabic subtitles

7pm
Looking for Oum Kulthum
Director: Shirin Neshat
Germany, Austria, Italy, Morocco, Qatar and Lebanon (2017)
German, Farsi, Arabic with English subtitles

Tuesday, 23 April
At Jesuit Cultural Centre

5pm
The Cleaners
Directors: Hans Block, Moritz Riesewieck
Germany (2018)
English with Arabic subtitles

7pm
Short Film Programme, in the presence of Egyptian filmmakers

Sweet Corn
Director: Hala Salah

Glass Window
Director: Omar Marei

Where we Existed
Director: Mahmoud Sami Ramadan
Macedonian with English subtitles

A Woman that Looks out of the Window
Director: Marwa El-Sharkawi

White Hell
Directors: Ahmed Assem Ali, Mahmoud Khaled El Sayed, Omar Ashraf Shash

In the Name of God 333
Director: Abdelrahman Nached

Un passage entre deux point
Director: Lamis Soliman

Venues:
Goethe-Institut, 10 El-Batalsa Street, Azarita, Alexandria
Jesuit Cultural Centre, 298 Port Saiid Street, Cleopatra, Alexandria
Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Alexandria

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