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The strength of the street: An interview with Marianne Khoury
Marianne Khoury was one of many players in the film industry who felt compelled to involve themselves productively in the 18-day uprising that took Egypt by storm  
Remembering Salah Marei
A truly inspiring and beautiful spirit, Salah Marei left a great impact on the Egyptian screen and on everyone who worked with him

Dawood Abdel Sayed and Mohamed Khan on the revolution
Ahram Online talked with two of Egypt's most established veteran filmmakers about the revolution, the counter-revolution and the future of cinema

Cinema makers strike to remove head of syndicate
Members of the Cinema Syndicate are on their fourth day of strike action and will not leave until all their demands are met

Egypt filmmakers joined massive protests
Filmmakers and artists march to Tahrir Square in their thousands

Celebrities commend ‘Day of Anger’ protests
Many celebrities joined citizens in the protests that took place on 25 January. They are pleased by the outcome even though some have been arrested and others beaten

To Egypt with Love
Safarkhan gallery in Zamalek celebrates the youthful 25 January revolution with a collective exhibition entitled “To Egypt with Love”, featuring photographs by three budding artists

The Popular Show at the Townhouse Gallery
The Popular Show opened on 6 March at the Townhouse Gallery downtown, showcasing a vast range of contemporary artwork by basically anyone and everyone who wanted to participate

Kareem Alqurity: Expressions of Freedom
Alqurity has been unveiling the struggles of Egyptians through his bold artwork. Like his homeland, he has been undergoing constant transformation, yet one constant prevails: he (and Egypt alike) is a store of undeniable talent

A new day dawns for Egypt
Egyptian and international artists pay tribute to the 25 January Egyptian Revolution

When Disney came to El Sawy Culturewheel
In the midst of revolutionary themes in the arts scene, El Sakia returns to its regular activities. Disneymania, performed by students from the American University in Cairo revived classic songs from the world of Disney

Dancing and singing at Yemen protest rally
For 12 consecutive days Yemenis from all walks of life have joined the daily gathering in front of Sanaa University, demanding an end to Presdent Saleh's 32-year rule

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