TOPIC Mohamed Khan
Egypt’s cinematic gems: Sunstroke
Yasmine Zohdi | The legacy of Mohamed Khan started with Sunstroke.
Mohamed Khan: In your face, sadness
Andeel | Andeel writes that the sadness of Egyptian reality defined the cinema of a director who indulged in the
10 articles and a video inspired by the late Mohamed Khan
A list of pieces from our archives devoted to the work of Mohamed Khan.
On Mohamed Khan’s memories, tastes and thoughts on Egypt’s film industry
Nour El Safoury | From showbiz gossip, childhood memories and praise of films or foodstuffs to nuanced arguments about
Egypt’s cinematic gems: Bus Driver
Adham Youssef | Produced a year after the killing of Anwar Sadat, Atef al-Tayeb's film brought Sadat's infitah policy
Egypt’s cinematic gems: The Artful
Amany Ali Shawky | An ill-fitting day job, elating football games in the afternoon and occasional one-nighters with a colleague
Egypt’s cinematic gems: Hend and Camellia’s Dreams
Amany Ali Shawky | A film about class hierarchy, women’s labor and a corrupt patriarchal system that ultimately doesn’t
Egypt’s cinematic gems: Supermarket
Amany Ali Shawky | Concerning the bittersweet disintegration of an Egyptian middle class in the face of capitalism
Egypt’s cinematic gems: A Dinner Date
Amany Ali Shawky | A fast-paced feminist tragedy conjured from a small article in a newspaper’s crime section
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