TOPIC Mariam Naoum
Too slow to become a TV masterpiece, Sunset Oasis revives interest in a fascinating novel
Hessen Hossam | Led by an all-woman team, this period drama gained attention through clear references to the 2011 revolution
Ramadan TV 2017: Some insight on what you may have missed so far
Television is as synonymous with Ramadan as cafes, religious chants and overeating
Notes on mental health after watching Soqoot Horr
Naira Antoun | Naira Antoun takes the occasion of the Ramadan series "Soqoot Horr" (Free Fall to reflect on the portrayal
Great expectations: Scriptwriter Mariam Naoum on her bold TV work
Rowan El Shimi | Rowan El Shimi sits down with scriptwriter Mariam Naoum to discuss her controversial Ramadan TV series.
Girls gone wild, parties gone bad
Naira Antoun | Even if it seemed to strive for authenticity, the show ended up providing a re-packaged version of a
‘Women’s Prison’: A Ramadan TV triumph
Charlotte El Shabrawy | Poverty, sexual needs and corruption in all areas of life permeate the show, and are frankly and openly
Egypt’s cinematic gems: ‘One-Nil’
Andeel | I can’t remember who said that a good script can make a table act well, but this movie definitely supports
‘Zaat’ and her bathroom – and television
Dina Hussein | There was a very popular television commercial for an Egyptian ceramics company in the early 1990s, which