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El Gouna Film Festival launches with grand ambitions
Ahmed Refaat | The first El Gouna Film Festival began last Friday in the luxury resort town
Does Yousry Nasrallah’s collaboration with Sobky take exoticism too far?
Yasmine Zohdi | On the recent film Brooks, Meadows and Lovely Faces
How have films that fictionalized January 25 progressed over 5 years?
Rowan El Shimi | Perhaps this trend reveals that what seemed to us right from the beginning as immediately cinematic –
Hanan al-Cinema: Caring critique of an Arab filmmaking rebirth
Nour El Safoury | If you’re fascinated by the possibility of a critique that cares about its object, not the rampaging
Sex in Arab cinema
Raseef22 | In 1929, the Ministry of Interior banned Wedad Orfi’s Masat al-Hayah (The Tragedy of Life). The
Egypt’s cinematic gems: Somersaults
Andeel | I only heard of this movie recently, maybe for one of the following seven reasons.
On the many faces of the drug dealer in Egyptian cinema
Amany Ali Shawky | On the multifaceted complexity with which Egyptian cinema has portrayed the capricious drug-dealer character.
Egypt’s cinematic gems: ‘The Aquarium’
Hani Sami | In the era in which the enemy has become the friend, Cairo is the oppressor. But who is the oppressed?
Zawya: The ins and outs of showing alternative film
Laura Bird | Laura Gribbon on downtown Cairo's new alternative cinema.
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