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Al Fagoumy offers a shallow recreation of the famous musical duo
Al Fagoumy, a biopic about the Egyptian outspoken poet Ahmed Fouad Negm and his friend and companion the oud player El Sheikh Imam, does not do the iconic duo justice  
Common Past, Shared Future presents the best of East European films
The Visegrad Film Festival 'Common Past, Shared Future' presents the best animations, short and feature length films from the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and the Slovak Republic

Revolutions from around the world at Darb 1718 film festival
The World Revolution film festival, held between 23 May and 1 June, is organised by Darb 1718 and screens films that depict revolutions from around the world

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

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

Ezzedine Choukri: A new era of change for Egypt’s cultural landscape
Ezzedine Choukri shares his vision and plans for the transformation of the Supreme Council of Culture in a new era

Tahrir Monologues: A trip back in time to the 18 days that changed Egypt
On Thursday 26 May in the Rawabet Theatre, a group of youths took their audience back to the 18 days of protests in Tahrir through monologues telling the real stories of Egyptians who lived through the experience

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Young theatre-makers not ready yet to do the Revolution justice
Despite a number of attempts, the events of the Egyptian Revolution have not yet been successfully transferred onto the stage

Egypt in Colours - Transforming and Enriching Cairo
Egypt in colours is an initiative started in February 2011 by five Faculty of Arts graduates, with a passion for art that they always wanted to share with the public

The Dervishes of Abul Gheit
The Dervishes of Abul Gheit are one of several folk troupes that perform weekly at Al Tanboura Hall at the El Mastaba Centre for Egyptian Folk Music in Abdeen

Street smart: Before the Immobilia Building
When you stand at the intersection of Qasr el-Nil and Sherif today, what you see right across from the central bank is a multi-story building that was, when it was built in 1936, the pride and joy of downtown Cairo

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