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4th Panorama of the European Film in Cairo: Another year of high quality films
Festival opens on 23 November with more than 30 films from all over Europe while Tahrir 2011: The Good, the Bad and the Politician will have its Egyptian premiere on 25 November  
4th Panorama of the European Film schedule
Opening day! Wed 23 November - Ahram Online recommends
REVIEW: The kid with a bike: the Dardennes brothers reaching out
'Tahrir Filmmaker' ponders film's depiction of the police
Thu 24 November - Ahram Online recommends
Thu 24 November - Ahram Online recommends
The second day of the European Panorama offers films from Germany, the UK and the Netherlands among other countries. Ahram Online recommends THE GREEN WAVE (Germany) and SUBMARINE (UK)

'Tahrir Filmmaker' ponders film's depiction of the police
Next Friday, 25 November, will be the Egyptian premiere of Tahrir 2011: The Good, The Bad and The Politician. Ahram Online talked to one of the filmmakers involved in the project

REVIEW: The kid with a bike: the Dardennes brothers reaching out
Le Gamins au Velo (The Kid with a bike), directed by Jean-Pierre Dardenne and Luc Dardenne, will be screened during the 4th European Panorama

Opening day! Wed 23 November - Ahram Online recommends
The first day of European Panorama offers an interesting lineup of movies. Ahram Online recommends LES MAINS EN L’AIR, France and THE ARTIST, France

Revolution: TAHRIR 2011: THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE POLITICIAN
Directed by Tamer Ezzat, Ayten Amin, Amr Salama, Starring: Tamer Ezzat, Ayten Amin, Amr Salama

The 22nd Youth Salon: A deluge of young revolutionary art, against the odds
After weeks of conflict, the 22nd Youth Salon, themed “Change”, opens featuring artistic expression against a backdrop of ongoing upheaval. A sense of freedom runs through many artworks

Egypt rises again at Picasso Art Gallery
Contemporary Egyptian artist Mohamed El-Nasser brings out the brightest colours and paints his country in a new light, the aura of revolution

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Universal Power and Beauty at Art Corner
Mohamed El-Moslemany paints an assortment of mysterious women engulfed in deep, daring colours in a small but captivating exhibition in Zamalek

Arab arts in focus at London's Nour Festival
After the successful Shubbak Festival in London back in July, Arab artists are in the city's spotlight again

Play written by Maspero victim performed 40 days after his death
A play written by Michael Mossad, one of the martyrs of Maspero's 'Black Sunday', was performed in commemoration of 40 days after his death

Artists protest for Alaa Abdel Fattah
The Coalition for Independent Culture supports Alaa Abdel Fattah case with an artistic protest in the heart of Cairo

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