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FestBeat: On the Network of Arab Arthouse Screens
Nour El Safoury | More and more attention is being given to the presence of Arab cinema in the international film market.
FestBeat: Arab films screening at the Berlinale is no surprise
Nour El Safoury | There’s a general trend, especially in mainstream narrative cinema, to approach the cinematic medium
FestBeat: Tamer El Said’s haunted film premieres at the Berlinale
Nour El Safoury | This film helps us, especially as people from the Arabic-speaking world, to see the world differently.
FestBeat: Talking about institutions and fluidity at Cairo Video Festival
Nour El Safoury | The openness and flexibility of the festival is appealing, just like other spaces free from ministry
FestBeat: Distracted attention at Cairo Video Festival’s exhibitions
Nour El Safoury | The two exhibitions are well worth a visit, says Nour El Safoury.
FestBeat: Ahmed Shawky’s The Crime premieres at Cairo Video Festival
Nour El Safoury | Ahmed Shawky’s Al-Garima and Omar El Zohairy’s Zafir both struggle with a similar set of questions,
FestBeat: Mark Lotfy’s Do As You Said at the Cairo Video Festival
Nour El Safoury | Words become performative utterances that mold the space and, in the way they are spoken, their tone
FestBeat: The multiformat Cairo Video Festival opens
Nour El Safoury | Religious themes lend themselves nicely to the medium, and Nork Zakarian builds on this idea of ever-present
FestBeat: A look at the Cairo film festival on its 9th and final day
Nour El Safoury | One danger of having European or American cinema dominate a festival or market, especially in our current
 
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