TOPIC Said Marzouk
Egypt’s cinematic gems: I Want a Solution
Ismail Fayed | The Said Marzouk film considered one of the few films to influence Egypt's rigid, unyielding laws
Egypt’s cinematic gems: My Wife and the Dog
Hani Sami | This erotic, "highly masculine" film comments on the perverted nature of cinema and on problematic social
Cinematology 7: Loneliness, lust and doubt in My Wife and the Dog
Cinematology is back with its 7th episode, about one of Said Marzouk's best remembered films, My Wife
As it was seen: Looking back at filmic representations of 1967
Ismail Fayed | Never answered, the questions raised by these three post-defeat films came up again urgently in January
Egypt’s cinematic gems: A Place for Love
Amany Ali Shawky | A photojournalist approaches a woman in a café hosting his exhibition about the aftermath of the 1967
Egypt’s cinematic gems: ‘The Guilty’
Amany Ali Shawky | Renowned comedian Samir Ghanem says just one line: “Which bus goes to hell?”