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Art Alert: Osiris to host an open discussion with Egyptian scriptwriter Mariam Naoum

Naoum's most recent project was Taht El Saytara (Under Control), a TV drama series centered on the topic of drug addiction, which aired last Ramadan and garnered much success

Ahram Online , Tuesday 5 Jan 2016
Mariam Naoum
Scriptwriter Mariam Naoum (Photo:Alaa Elkamhawi)
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Osiris Art Production and Training hall is scheduled to host an open discussion with scriptwriter Mariam Naoum on 8 January.

Over the past years, Naoum has established herself as a skillful sculptor of stories.

Naoum is a woman of unbridled passion, with a repertoire comprising the film Wahed Sefr (One-Zero, 2009), the TV show Gamea Moanas Salem (Feminine Plural), and an array of TV drama series: El-Shamaa El-Ahmar (Stamped with Red Wax, 2010), co-written with the late Nadine Shams and Naglaa El-Hiddini,  Zaat (2013), Moga Harra (Heat Wave, 2013) also co-written with Nadine Shams, Segn El-Nesa (Women's Prison, 2014), and most recently Taht El Saytara (Under Control, 2015). She moulds raw works of art steeped in genuineness.  

Upon graduating from the Screenwriting Section at the Higher Institute of Cinema in 2000, Naoum spent the nine following years experimenting with short films, children’s films, TV ads, and documentaries before undertaking scriptwriting for TV drama series and feature films six years ago.

Programme:


Friday, 8 January, 6pm

Osiris, 68 Qasr Al-Aini Street, second floor, apartment #23, Garden City, Cairo

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