TOPIC Henry Barakat
Egypt’s Cinematic Gems: The Open Door
Ismail Fayed | Ismail Fayed explores Henry Barakat’s adaptation of Latifa al-Zayat’s 'The Open Door'
Changing art forms, from page to screen: Women in 3 post-independence films
Ismail Fayed | These films see much-needed change as having to take place over the bodies of women
Propaganda of shattered dreams: Remembering the films of July 23
Rowan El Shimi | This year I asked myself, do these films have much to offer besides their political message?
Egypt’s cinematic gems: The Nightingale’s Prayer
Amany Ali Shawky | Tackling the idea that a man's value is his capacity for vengeance, and a woman’s chastity is more
Egypt’s cinematic gems: ‘Mouths and Rabbits’
Amany Ali Shawky | Despite its confused feminist message, this movie does tackle class reconciliation, birth control and