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"Something Else" will run for 45 days, connecting Egyptian artists with the international scene. In interview, Rehab Ragaee takes Ahram Online behind the scenes of the upcoming 45-day event

Cinematic and true to life, the film tells the story of Portuguese President Manuel Teixeira Gomes who left his post to live more authentically

The Sculpture Salon in it's second edition features 57 artists

Renowned veteran actor Gamil Rateb died on 19 September in Cairo at the age of 92

Artist Habby Khalil revisits Egypt's notorious serial killers with 11 images in a creative photography exhibition

The programme also featured two performances from Karima Mansour

Aya Tarek’s Sprezzatura exhibition poses many questions as it tries to connect what would otherwise be an arbitrary collection of works

Possession was performed twice during D-Caf festival, and is directed by Tom Bailey

Lula Del Ray was staged several times between 10 and 13 March at Hanager Theatre

The symposium ran 22 January to 9 March, featuring four international artists and 12 Egyptians

The solo exhibition of paintings and sculptures by Egyptian artist Hady Boraey runs at Art Talks until 25 February

Ahram Online spoke with composer Mohamed Naglah about the creative process of performing live music for silent films

The exhibition is her first solo show, running from 8 to 13 January at the Egyptian Centre for International Cooperation

A trek through the mountains of Sinai offers some stunning scenery, the peace of the desert, nights under twinkling stars and a distinctive Bedouin culture. Following the Sinai Trail makes it all possible

The exhibition presents a selection of paintings, drawings, photographs and prints from Morsi's 70-year career

The festival, which opened on Tuesday, will run between 21 and 30 November, featuring 175 films from 53 countries

The award-winning film explores life for teachers and pupils at a boarding school for 7 to 12-year-olds in Ireland

After starting in New York, the storytelling performance made its international debut in Cairo, co-directed by Eliza Simpson, Amanda Lederer and Dalia Bassiouny

Two Egyptians, Ahmad El-Abi and Karim El-Hayawan, are among 20 featured photographers at the The Arab World Institute in Paris, part of the the Second Biennial of Photography in the Contemporary Arab World

Screened twice at the Gouna Film Festival, this slow-moving, gently humorous movie follows an elderly man – played by Mahmoud Hemeida – who fears being phased out like the dinosaurs

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