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Egyptian Menna Shalaby wins best actress award at Morocco’s Tetouan film festival. However, due to time and staffing constraints such corrections will not be made across the board or on a regular basis. The budding actor added that he received the script at a time when he was attending an acting workshop and was very keen to get to work on it. This slowness is welcome in an age of increasing rapidity and short attention spans, although several scenes seem unnecessarily elongated, risking a loss of the momentum needed to keep an audience engaged. Photocopy unfolds with a warm palette at a slow pace, which matches its subject matter and nostalgic sentiments. Egypt’s stars hit the red carpet at El-Gouna festival for world premiere of Photocopy. We welcome criticism of our reports and articles but we will not publish personal attacks, slander or fabrications directed against our reporters and contributing writers.

However, for the Egyptian film scene it is a subject seldom given that much screen time, with nostalgia and beautiful cinematography carrying the scenes. Egypt should learn the lessons of Hollywood and Bollywood to lead its region. His job is disappearing, and he feels that if he dies no one will remember him. Gouna Film Festival closes with big hopes for coming editions. We reserve the right to correct, when at all possible, obvious errors in spelling and grammar. It tells the story of a maid, the title character, who works for a wealthy family in a gated community in Cairo, and in doing so explores the failure of a certain kind of revolutionary romanticism. We will not publish comments which contain racist remarks or any kind of racial or religious incitement against any group of people, in Egypt or outside it.

All give memorable and engaging performances that shape the film, without which it might have been somewhat flat. Mivies tells the story of a maid, the title character, who works for a wealthy family in a gated community in Cairo, and in doing so explores the failure of a certain kind of revolutionary romanticism. From an international-cinema perspective, the film may not be revolutionary in terms of subject matter or treatment.

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A history through Egyptian cinema classics Egyptian social drama Nawara, which was directed and scripted by Hala Khalil, has garnered several awards since its premiere and was released in Egyptian cinemas last month.

But that does not necessarily mean they are about the revolution. His job is disappearing, and he feels that if he dies no one will remember him. However, for the Egyptian film scene it is a subject seldom given that much screen time, with nostalgia and beautiful cinematography carrying the scenes. Readers are asked to limit their feedback to a maximum of characters roughly words.

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The film, written and directed by veteran filmmaker Khalil, tackles the issue of social justice from the point of view of the impoverished classes. Produced by Red Star, a film production company headed by Safy El-Din Mahmoud, the film is set at the time of the revolution.

He was asked by one audience member how he prepared for such a role, which is so different from his own character and his previous roles. Egypt’s stars hit the red carpet at El-Gouna festival for world premiere of Photocopy A gently paced family film, Photocopy features veteran actor Mahmoud Hemeida as a man from a bygone era who doesn’t feel the need to change his ancient ways, until mahmour creeps into his life and he refuses to become a “dinosaur”.

There is the rich man who enjoys his pool, but hmeeda maid is deprived of running water in her shared house.

When asked about a possible confrontation with censorship authorities, Mahmoud denied that the film had been subjected to any intervention. The film is both poignant and funny, simultaneously poking fun at the past and the present, while appreciating aspects from both eras. Koka scores hat-trick for Olympiacos. We will not publish comments which contain racist remarks or any kind of racial or religious incitement against any group of people, in Egypt or outside it.

Dinosaurs, hhemeda and nostalgia: Soha ElsirganyTuesday 3 Oct Films are like songs; their audiences change over the years,” he said. Dash possibly steals the show in his role as the porter Adelaziz, fluently capturing the spirit of the street with humour and flair. Complete list of awards of the inaugural edition of El-Gouna Film Festival.

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He was not overshadowed by the stardom of Hemeida, whose stature and charisma is undeniable, both on and moovies. Egypt should learn the lessons of Hollywood and Bollywood to lead its region.

Having at hand a script containing a humanitarian story with a focus on extreme poverty, a Nubian character, with around 40 percent of the scenes shot in slums, the production did not sound like an easy one.

I hemeeda to understand her songs and the nature of this type of art later in life,” Dabbour continued. We welcome criticism of our reports and articles but we will not publish personal attacks, slander or fabrications directed against our reporters and contributing writers. Koka scores hat-trick for Olympiacos. There is poverty and the absence of social justice. Mahmoud Photocopy, mahhmoud elderly man who runs an ancient photocopying shop; and ,ahmoud neighbor Safeya who is struggling with health problems and an estranged son.

Egyptian actress Menna Shalabi calls Nawara ‘role of a lifetime’. The 23 July Revolution: We reserve the right to correct, when at all possible, obvious errors in spelling and grammar. Egyptian Menna Shalaby wins best actress hemedw at Morocco’s Tetouan film festival.

Screened twice at the Gouna Film Festival, this slow-moving, gently humorous movie follows an elderly man — played by Mahmoud Hemeida — who fears being phased out like the dinosaurs.

There were no bad guys or a single accused entity. Adham Youssef, Wednesday 27 Apr Award-winning Egyptian film Photocopy charms Gouna festival. The plot centers on two main characters: However, due to time and staffing constraints such corrections will not be made across the board or on a regular basis. It needs well made movies.