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A flawed feminist fable: Dissecting Kamla Abu Zikry’s A Day for Women
Yasmine Zohdi | Despite weaknesses, this is technically and thematically Abu Zikry's most sophisticated work yet
Clash: A uniquely crafted microcosm of Egypt’s sour reality
Rowan El Shimi | Clash is deeply moving and deeply horrific. It captures this pivotal moment in Egyptian history.
Notes on mental health after watching Soqoot Horr
Naira Antoun | Naira Antoun takes the occasion of the Ramadan series "Soqoot Horr" (Free Fall to reflect on the portrayal
Great expectations: Scriptwriter Mariam Naoum on her bold TV work
Rowan El Shimi | Rowan El Shimi sits down with scriptwriter Mariam Naoum to discuss her controversial Ramadan TV series.
Ramadan TV’s stand-out ads: Hospital ad causes complex controversy
Amany Ali Shawky | A coming together of A-listers, a noble cause and a social media spat has generated this year’s hottest
Girls gone wild, parties gone bad
Naira Antoun | Even if it seemed to strive for authenticity, the show ended up providing a re-packaged version of a
Three takes on The Blue Elephant
Jenifer Evans, Amany Ali Shawky and Andeel | Amany Ali Shawky, Jenifer Evans and Andeel each give their views on Marwan Hamed's massive psychological
‘Women’s Prison’: A Ramadan TV triumph
Charlotte El Shabrawy | Poverty, sexual needs and corruption in all areas of life permeate the show, and are frankly and openly