TOPIC El-Sobky Film Productions
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Hassan wa Bogloz: Are comedy rip-offs and box-office profits parting ways?
Emad El-Din Aysha | When I stopped to ponder the storyline in total I managed to figure out the thematics, however crude
Ocean 14: Fast and funny, but drowning in borrowed clichés
Emad El-Din Aysha | The people responsible for this farce are the Masrah Masr theater group, know for their TV sketches involving
FestBeat: Day 5 concerns lad flicks and whether they should be competing
Nour El Safoury | Although embattled masculinities have long been a topic of Egyptian cinema, a genre of films has emerged
Controversial tunes: D-CAF’s music, 100Copies and mahraganat
Maha ElNabawi | This year’s edition left both audiences and artists frustrated over the curation and management of
Legally or illegally? How to make a film in Egypt
Aida Elkashef | Many Egyptian filmmakers end up choosing to make films in secret, far from the eyes of the state, except
Egyptian cinema in crisis: The age of the low-budget film
Sarah Ibrahim | Cinema production in Egypt has become an adventure with unpredictable consequences. At least, that’s
Three takes on Third World War
Jenifer Evans, Amany Ali Shawky and Andeel | Amany Ali Shawky, Jenifer Evans and Andeel give their views on Ahmed al-Gendy’s new comic blockbuster.
Egypt’s cinematic gems: ‘Halaa Housh’
Hanaa Safwat | On the surface, Bashir al-Deek's Halaa Housh is just another slapstick comedy, writes Hanaa Safwat.
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