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Nahed Nasr registers the effect of the pandemic on film screenings

Egyptian to the marrow: Mohamed Khan Letters to Said Shimi is third part of the trilogy in which the author recounts the life of his late friend filmmaker

The annual event, run by Zawya arthouse cinema since 2017, is dedicated to showcasing the latest award-winning and critically-acclaimed films from the Arab world

Following its screening at the Aswan International Women’s Film Festival, Amal Ramses talks about her documentary masterpiece You Come From Faraway

The sixth Alexandria Short Films Festival took place between 26 and 31 February



Terry Gilliam was among the guests of honour at the 41st Cairo International Film Festival

Nahed Nasr spoke with the Cairo International Film Festival President Mohamed Hefzy and its acting artistic director Ahmed Shawky

Kauffman's Born Into Brothels was screened during the American Film Showcase at the Alexandria Jesuit Film School last month

Egyptian filmmaker Tamer Ezzat and actor Amr Abed talk about one of this year’s most talked about independent features

The Valencia Film Festival's 34th edition is the second edition after a six-year hiatus that started in 2012

The Alexandria Film festival concluded on Sunday

Sudanese film Talking About Trees won El Gouna Golden Star for Best Documentary during the 3rd edition of El Gouna Film Festival

As the third El Gouna Film Festival kicks off, Nahed Nasr talks to its director Intishal Al Timimi, and its artistic director Amir Ramses

An overview of the Egyptian Oscar submission process through history on the wake of nominating Poisonous Roses for Academy Award for Best International Feature Film

Though the number of Egyptian films showcased outside the country has significantly lowered, it is worth looking at those which made it to the international festivals

To mark the passing of filmmaker Mohamed Khan on 26 July 2016, Nahed Nasr sought out cinematographer Said Shimi, Khan’s lifelong friend

In his vast research, the director of the Canadian Centre for Ethnomusicology Michael Frishkopf analyses connection between sound, architecture and everyday life

Born in 1950, Mweze Ngangura Ngangura became a pillar of the first generation of filmmakers in the Democratic Republic of Congo (formerly Zaire)

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