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  • The film is the story of lost love in a controversial setting; Zaki (Farrag), Mounir (Lehner) and Manal (Ayten Amer) are in their twenties, and living in a confined community where basic needs are met yet chaos and disorder brew. The two boys are in love with the same girl who finds herself the subject of a bet for a football match between them, the winner marries Manal. This story reflects a football and play-station youth and how they deal with their emotions in a community that is increasingly closed off and isolated.
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    Harag w' Marag

    Harag w' Marag
    Feature Film, directed by Nadine Khan

    Synopsis:

    The film is a story of lost love in a controversial setting; Zaki (Mohamed Farag), Mounir (Ramsi Lehner) and Manal (Ayten Amer) are living in a confined community where basic needs are met, yet chaos and disorder brew. The two boys are in love with the same girl who finds herself the subject of a bet for a football match between them, the winner marries Manal. This story reflects a football and play-station youth and how they deal with their emotions in a community that increasingly closed off and isolated.

  • This film has many levels; it tackles the similarity between the concepts of faith in Egypt's two major religious institutions, Christianity and Islam, in a moment in history when the concept of religion splits the world in two. Similarities become distinct in the journeys of the Murids and believers, who belong to the same social and economic backgrounds, exploring their ways to the Maqams and the monasteries of saints.
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    El Muled

    El Muled
    Documentary – in progress- release to be determined - Rina Khoury

    Synopsis:

    This film has many levels; it tackles the similarity between the concepts of faith in Egypt's two major religious institutions, Christianity and Islam, in a moment in history when the concept of religion splits the world in two. Similarities become distinct in the journeys of the Murids and believers, who belong to the same social and economic backgrounds, exploring their ways to the Maqams and the monasteries of saints. Equipped with a strong belief in those faithful people who would help and support them through their distress and hardships and to bring happiness to their lives.

  • It’s about Al Agaty family where the father passes away and the mother takes over the whole family. She has two sons, the first of which is a vice police officer who faces problems at work due to his violence, changing the way he treats his wife. The other son is a revolutionary and a left wing activist, causing troubles for his family.
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    Moga Hara (Heat Wave):

    Moga Hara (Heat Wave):
    TV Series- Screening will be next Ramadan

    Synopsis:

    It’s about Al Agaty family where the father passes away and the mother takes over the whole family. She has two sons, the first of which is a vice police officer who faces problems at work due to his violence, changing the way he treats his wife. The other son is a revolutionary and a left wing activist, causing troubles for his family. The family has multiple relations with a number of families including Hamada Ghazlan’s who is suspected of illicit trading in the area. The TV series is a social drama with unexpected twists.

    Heat Wave Crew:

    Heat Wave is directed by Mohamed Yassin, written by a writing team and script edited by Mariam Naoum, direction of photography by Abdel Salam Mousa, interior design by Ayman Fathy, art direction by Rasha Abdel Ghany, co-editing by Dina Farouk and Rabab Abdel Latif, production design by Amr Al Seify, music by Layal Watfa, sound mixing by Ahmed Gaber, Sound by Ibrahim Desouki, make up by Mahmoud Murshed, and hairstyling by Haitham Dahab. The show is co-produced by WIKA for Film Production and Distributio, O3 Productions, a subsidiary company of MBC Group, and director Mohamed Yassin.

    Heat Wave Cast:

    Eyad Nassar plays the role of Sayyed Al Agaty, a vice police lieutenant colonel
    Rania Youssef plays the role of Shahenda, Sayed Al Agaty’s wife
    Khaled Selim plays the role of Kamal Shiha, a police officer
    Durrah plays the role of Laila, Kamal’s wife
    Maaly Zayed plays the role of Dawlat, Sayyed and Nabil’s mother
    Sayed Ragab plays the role of Hamada Ghazlan
    Hana Shiha plays the role of Nousa, Ghazlan’s wife
    Ayida Abdel Aziz plays the role of El Shenawya, Hamada Ghazlan’s mother
    Beyoumi Fouad plays the role of Sheikh Saad Al Agaty
    Jihad Fadel plays the role of Saneya,Saad Al Agaty’s wife
    Ramzy Lehner plays the role of Nabil Al Agaty
    Medhet Saleh plays the role of Mohesen Al Sawahly
    Dina Al Sherbiny plays the role of Sherine, the daughter of Hamada Ghazlan
    Ahmed Al Hadad plays the role of Samir, the son of Hamada Ghazlan
    Seba Mubarak plays the role of Gamila
    Samy Meghawri plays the role of Atif Khalafallah, a major general
    Rahma Hassan plays the role of Bothina, Saneya’s niece
    Hassan Harb plays the role of Omar Al Gendy
    Rami Al Tembary plays the role of Magdy Al Saftyb
    Doaa Taema plays the role of Walaa, Gamila’s assistant

  • Short feature- in progress- Islam Al Azizi
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    Katel el Sela’wa (The Jackal Killer)

    Katel el Sela’wa (The Jackal Killer)
    Short feature- in progress- Islam Al Azizi

    Synopsis:

    Short feature- in progress- Islam Al Azizi

  • Mala’ekat Misr (Egypt's Angels)
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    Mala’ekat Misr (Egypt's Angels)

    Mala’ekat Misr (Egypt's Angels)
    Feature film- Greek-Swiss co-production

    Synopsis:

    Feature film- Greek-Swiss co-production