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Tuesday, 27 December 2011
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Euro Film Week
Documentary: CINEMA KOMUNISTO
Directed by: Mila Turajlic
Documentary: SIRA: WENN DER HALBMOND SPRICHT (SONGS OF THE CRESCENT MOON)
Directed by: Ahmed Abdel Mohsen, Sandra Gysi
Documentary: LE CAIRE, MERE ET FILS
Directed by: Mustapha Hasnaoui
Tahrir 2011 - Friday's must-see movie at Euro Film Festival
Among a number of movies screened on Friday, 25 November, Ahram Online recommends the Egyptian premiere of Tahrir 2011: The Good, the Bad and the Politician as well as German documentary Pina
Sat 26 November - Ahram Online recommends
Ahram Online recommends CARLOS (France) and EVEN THE RAIN (Spain)
Sunday, 27 November - Ahram Online recommends
Ahram Online recommends documentary Cinema Komunisto (Serbia), and from French Focus Films, Declaration of War (France)
Monday, 28 November - Ahram Online recommends
Ahram Online's recommended films today are Polisse, showing as part of the French Focus season, and from the European Feature Films La Piel Que Habito
Tuesday, 29 November - final day of the 4th European Film Panorama
Pina, Melancholia and Tahrir 2011 are among the movies to be screened during the final day of the 4th European Film Panorama. Read Ahram Online reviews and take a look at the schedule
Revolutions on reel and its challenges, as per the Cairo Eurofilm festival
This year's Eurofilm Panorama screened films on the Iranian, Cuban, Egyptian and Serbian revolutions; some imparting the atmosphere of their revolution, others giving lessons on history preservation and some on artistry  
Childhood and adolescence genuine in Panorama films
INTERVIEW: Romain Goupil, veteran French activist and filmmaker
REVIEW: Searching for Pina, the spirit of a dance choreographer in 3D
REVIEW: The Green Wave
REVIEW: Melancholia, a subtlety of sadness
REVIEW: Incendies tackles conflict, love and family secrets
'Tahrir Filmmaker' ponders film's depiction of the police
REVIEW: The kid with a bike: the Dardennes brothers reaching out
Childhood and adolescence genuine in Panorama films
Several films in this year’s European Film Panorama included a cast of youngsters, who acted superbly

INTERVIEW: Romain Goupil, veteran French activist and filmmaker
Ahram Online talks to Romain Goupil about his life in cinema and politics, and his views on the Egyptian Revolution

REVIEW: Searching for Pina, the spirit of a dance choreographer in 3D
Pina Bausch, a German dancer, choreographer, opera ballet director and overall a strong influence in the world of modern dance taught her dancers to constantly seek; Wim Wedner’s 3D documentary brilliantly delivers her message

REVIEW: The Green Wave
Ali Samadi Ahadi's filmic meditation on the Green Revolution uprising in Iran is bleak and penetrating, and is a warning against the mixing of religion and politics

REVIEW: Melancholia, a subtlety of sadness
Danish director Lars von Trier’s Melancholia is (as the name implies) a story of sadness and gloom supported by cinematography that echoes the forlorn mood with flair and originality

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