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Feature Documentary

My Mohammed is different

Director:Ines Marzouk Status:Post production Within a conservative community, in Luxor Egypt, marriage between local men and elderly foreign women has been rising. The film follows three couples navigating these complicated partnerships that bring to light the illusion of love and human vulnerability.

Aya and Heba

Director:Hala Galal Status: Post Production This film follows two single women navigating a hostile city and dealing with everyday pressures.

Abo Zabaal 1989

Director:Bassam Mortada Status:Development A deeply intimate journey of a political activist (the director) reaching out to his socialist father. They revisit defining moments in their life and that of the political resistance in Egypt. Starting with the father’s brutal imprisonment in 1989 in Abo Zabaal Prison to the Jan 25th revolution.

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Hamam Sohkn

Director: Manal Khaled

Writer:Rasha Azzab

Status:post production

Seven women are trapped in enclosed, stifling spaces. The streets are erupting; homes, shops and alleyways lie anxiously in wait. Communications are shut down, answers offered only through TV screens. Our characters attempt to escape their current confines, perhaps desperately, perhaps half-heartedly. In the end, they are all forced to adapt, caught up in their own individual, extraordinary battles.

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