Nahed Nasr's Articles

Al-Ahram Weekly sums what to look forward to in theatres an unusual Eid season

The seventh Alexandria Short Film Festival took place between 5 and 10 April

Run by the Cultural Development Fund, a division of the Ministry of Culture, since it was not held last year, this year the festival included both the 2020 and the 2021 submissions

Salim Dau’s latest film Oslo is based on a true story from the 1990s and it follows the secret back-channel talks that led to the 1993 Oslo Peace Accords

The Man Who Sold His Skin is Tunisia's submission to Academy Award nomination

The filmmaker's new biography is written by critic Mohamed Sayed Abdel Rehim

Cairo Film Festival President Mohamed Hefzy told Al-Ahram Weekly all about the 42nd round which closed on 10 December

At the Cairo Film Festival, Nahed Nasr sought out the English actor Rufus Sewell

Ahram Weekly unveils the Cairo International Film Festival’s plans for its 42nd round

At El Gouna Film Festival, Nahed Nasr met with the young Arab French filmmaker Lina Soualem

Director Intishal Al Timimi and artistic director Amir Ramses, Nahed Nasr raise the curtain on the new round of El Gouna Film Festival

Known in Arabic as rawiyat SIF is a Paris-based collective of nine emerging filmmakers from across the Arab world

Speaking to the director, Ahram Weekly takes stock of Mayye Zayed’s new, Toronto-selected documentary

Speaking to its makers, we find out about Egypt’s entry in the Cannes Film Festival this year

Talking to those in charge this week, Al-Ahram Weekly found out about the fate of Egyptian film festivals affected by the pandemic

Egypt and the whole Arab world joined the global trend in releasing their films online, giving the viewers an opportunity to watch many interesting works from the region

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

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