31 July 2018, 6 PM - 7:10 PM

In the extraordinary Egyptian city of Suez, the Egyptian revolution was born and the film features its entire special divided story. The Suez born 30 years old filmmaker invites the audience to share his internal meditative look at the very special five periods of time in his life. Using the director’s voice over, animation scenes, and a poetic style of sound design & cinematography, the film describes the mental & psychic structure of the so-called ‘Egyptian revolution generation’, reconstructing facts related to Egypt’s far and near history.

Ahmed Nour was born in Egypt in 1983. He studied television directing at Ain Shams University from 2000 to 2004, then went on to study creative documentary filmmaking at the Arab Institute of Film in 2007. He has attended workshops in feature and documentary film directing and cinematography and was selected for the Berlinale Talent Campus in 2011. He has worked as an assistant to several well-known directors in Egypt, as well as directing his own independent films.

1h 10min | Egypt
 | Arabic with English subtitles

Location: Auditorium, Second Floor

Free Entrance | Seats are Limited


The Arab Fund for Arts and Culture – AFAC

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