Filmfest
#FFHH19
26.9. - 5.10.2019
Hamburg

18 Days Egypt 2011 | 125 min | OV | Colour | FF 2011

Sherif Arafa

Yousry Nasrallah

Yousry Nasrallah (*1952) is currently one of the most prolific film directors in Egypt. He was assistant to Youssef Chahine and won awards with his first film Summer Thefts (1987).

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A group of ten directors, twenty or so actors, six writers, eight directors of photography, eight sound engineers, five set designers, three costume designers, seven editors, three post-production companies, and about ten technicians have agreed to act fast and shoot, with no budget and on a voluntary basis, ten short films about the January 25 - February 11 revolution in Egypt. Ten stories they have experienced, heard or imagined. All the proceeds of this movie will go to organizing convoys to provide political and civic education in the villages of Egypt.

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Orig. Title: Tamantashar Yom
Filmtype: Fiction Feature
Original language: Arabic
Section: Agenda 11
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Director: Sherif Arafa, Kamla Abou Zikri, Marwan Hamed, Mohamed Aly, Sherif El Bendari, Khaled Marei, Mariam Abou Ouf, Ahmad Abdallah, Yousry Nasrallah, Ahmad Alaa
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Production: Pacha Pictures | 34, rue du Louvre | 75001 Paris | France | Email: jkhoury@pachapictures.com
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