Leila Arman
 
Leila Arman is an Egyptian writer primarily interested in cinema and the visual arts.
 
features
Ramadan 2019 TV: What watching has done to us
Fathi Elshekh, Hadeer El-Mahdawy, Heba El-Sherif, Isra Ezzeldin, Leila Arman, Mai Elwakil, Mohamed Ashraf Abu Emaira, Mostafa Mohie, Nawara Belal, Osman El Sharnoubi and Yasmine Zohdi | Mada has sacrificed some of its best journalists, sending them off to watch this year’s Ramadan TV
Cairo Cinema Days 3: Our recommendations
Leila Arman, Mohamed al-Amin, Nour El-Mallah and Yasmine Zohdi | 2018 was a prolific year for Arab cinema, as evident from the line-up of this year’s Cairo Cinema Days.
11th Panorama of the European Film: We share our picks
Ahmed Wael, Hadeer El-Mahdawy, Leila Arman, Mostafa Mohie and Yasmine Zohdi | This year there are over 70 films, spanning four venues across Cairo and more in ten other cities.
Your guide to navigating Cairo Cinema Days 2
Areej Gamal, Doaa Nabhan, Leila Arman, Rowan El Shimi, Wafaa Elsaeed and Yasmine Zohdi | Mada Masr's culture team takes a look at this year's Cairo Cinema Days lineup
On the politics of the image in conservative societies: An interview with Nadia Mounier
Leila Arman | In conversation with the photographer and visual artist on her first solo show
State TV ad campaigns and the natural evolution of the ‘good citizen’
Leila Arman | From being asked to not be burdensome to being told to kill our dissident self with our own hands