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Egypt’s Censorship on Artistic Works issued a decision to rescind the license of the film ‘Karma’ directed by Khālid Yūsuf from movie theatres after having banned it “due to the filmmakers’ failure to obtain the necessary licenses for public screenings”, the Authority claimed.
For the duration of a week, the channels Agape  Coptic Channel, C.T.V., ME sat, and Koogi TV air  “Kalimat Muʿāsha” a story about Pope Tawāḍrūs II, within the series “Qiṣaṣ li-l-Ḥayā” (Stories about Life). The new series displays the Pope teaching his people a new lesson about life through a...
Among the movies about the latest revolution that affected Egypt’s political, economic, and social environment during the last years, there are some that explore -in a superficial way-the impressions of January 25th which has shaken Egypt from deep within, and others turned what Egyptians had...
The Aswan International Women Film Festival (AIWFF), held in Egypt’s Upper Egyptian city last February, announced it will dedicate its second edition to Algerian revolutionary Jamīla Būḥrayd, who will also be the festival’s guest of honor.
 In this report, Misr al-‘Arabīyah [masralarabia.com] monitors reactions of experts and specialists to the report recently released by the National Council for Women (NCW) in Egypt on the explicit and violence against women scenes in the Egyptian TV drama during the month of Ramadan.
Egyptian cinema dealt with the personalities of Egyptian presidents in different films, from the first president of Egypt, Muhammad Najīb, to deposed president Muḥammad Mursī, through President Jamāl `Abd al-Nāsir, President Anwar al-Sadāt and ousted President Muhammad Husnī Mubārak. 
Even though Egypt contains more than one hundred cinemas, and more than 250 satellite channels, there is not a single channel broadcasting Coptic films that address martyrs’ stories, or Christian religious figures. During Christmas, viewers don’t find a single satellite channels bold enough...
The Coptic researcher Rūbīr al-Fāris [Rober al-Faris] presents a simplified explanation for the Coptic religion in Egypt. Al-Faris explains that Coptic Christians only worship one God, contrary to the popular misconception that they worship three gods. 
Despite being a box office hit, the Egyptian film “Mawlāna” (the Preacher, Our Master) upset many who watched it, demanding its ban.  
The dramatic pictures of 37 prisoners suffocated, while trapped in the back of a police van, in 2014, were unforgettable in the memory of post-revolution Egypt.  


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