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Eid El-Adha 2018 films in Cairo’s cinemas

Eight films have been announced for release during the competitive Eid season

Ahram Online , Wednesday 22 Aug 2018
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A total of eight Egyptian films will be released during Eid El-Adha in commercial cinemas across Cairo. Between comedy, action and horror, below are the films soon to be released:

Director: Mohamed El-Adl
Starring: Tamer Hosny, Akram Hosny, Amina Khalil, Maged El-Masry

Director: Karim El-Sobky
Starring: Mohamed Ramadan, Fathy Abdelwahab, Yasmine Sabry, Hana Shiha, Tamer Hagrass

Torab El-Mas
Director: Marawan Hamed
Starring: Asser Yassin, Menna Shalaby, Maged El-Kedwany, Khaled El-Sawy and Sherine Reda

El-Kwayessen (Photo: part of promotional material)

Director: Ahmed El-Guindi
Starring: Ahmed Fahmy, Akram Hosny, Sherine Reda, Bayoumi Fouad, Tara Emad,

Director: Yasser El-Yasery
Starring: Tarek Lotfy, Ahmed Dawood, Amina Khalil, Ahmed El-Fishawy

Director: Mohamed Hamdy
Starring: Mohamed Ragab, Ayten Amer, Mohamed Lotfy, Merna Gamil

Torab El-Mas (Photo: part of promotional material)

Souq El-Gomaa
Director: Sameh Abdelaziz
Starring: Amr Abdelgelil, Reham Abdelghafour, Ahmed Fathy

Bani Adam
Director: Ahmed Nader Galal
Starring: Youssef El-Sherif, Dina El-Sherbiny, Ahmed Rizk, Mahmoud El-Gendy

El-Badla (Photo: part of promotional material)

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