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Souad Hosny’s sister discusses her new book on the actor’s mysterious death
Leena ElDeeb | "All I want is to bring the truth to the people, the truth of Souad Hosny’s murder.”
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
Egypt’s cinematic gems: Watch Out for Zuzu
Rowan El Shimi | One of Egypt's most-loved films had lofty aspirations for modernity, social justice and freedom
Q&A with Rania Stephan: Souad Hosni, detectives and the future of Arab cinema
Sama Waly | For me, the closest document to an actress is her work, because she has invested her body and some of
Egypt’s cinematic gems: Something of a Torture
Ismail Fayed | Two hours of high-octane drama about an arty love triangle
Egypt’s cinematic gems: Cairo 30
Adham Youssef | Arguably the first film in Egyptian cinema to push for a socialist solution to Egypt’s eternal problems
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
Egypt’s cinematic gems: A Rumor of Love
Amany Ali Shawky | Lucy is a cosmopolitan lad with a foreign accent and a masters in modern dance in this brilliantly cast
 
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Opinion
Paul Sedra
Faten Hamama and the ‘Egyptian difference’ in film
The Egyptian difference yielded a cinema in the 1950s and 1960s that was more daring, more complex, and