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Rediscovering childhood through the eyes of an Argentinean cartoonist
The fourth Arab-Iberoamerican Women film festival closed on Friday 20 May with a heart-warming film on the life of the enigmatic Argentinean cartoonist, Ricardo Siri Liniers  
Mother’s idea: Three lives more dramatic than fiction
Of liberation, wolves, evil spirits and Isabel Allende
Mamnoa fails to impress at film festival
Honduras' popular revolt is the highlight of fourth day of Women Film Festival
Honduras' popular revolt is the highlight of fourth day of Women Film Festival
Strength, resistance, civil disobedience, exile and oppression were among the issues raised during the fourth day of the Arab-Iberoamerican Women film festival

Mamnoa fails to impress at film festival
Despite its interesting approach, documentary film "Mamnoa" (Prohibited) by Amal Ramsis fails to impress

18 Days premiered at Cannes
The Egyptian film 18 Days, a series of ten short films, premiered yesterday during celebratory evening in tribute to Egypt

Of liberation, wolves, evil spirits and Isabel Allende
On the second day of the fourth Arab-Iberoamerican Women Film Festival (16-20 May) in Cairo, four documentaries were featured

Mother’s idea: Three lives more dramatic than fiction
On the opening night of the fourth Arab-Iberoamerican Women Film Festival (16-20 May) in Cairo, Amaren Idea (Mother’s Idea, 2009) directed by Maider Oleaga, was featured

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