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Under the theme “We are all with you” the Goethe-Institute, in collaboration with the “ʿAyn al-Samaka” cinematic cultural initiative, will host its event tomorrow, in Cairo at 5 pm.  
Despite political and societal efforts made to protect women’s rights and solve their deep-seated family problems, women's and human rights organizations believe they are still in an inferior, or at least an unfair, position in the face of violence, underage marriage, FMG, harassment and political...
The Ismā’īliya Cinema Club presents short movies as part of preparations for the 20th edition of the its International Film Festival for short and documentary films.
Al- Azhar has seconded the decision of Ibrāhim Mahlab, the Prime Minister, suspending the  screening of “Halāwah Ruh” movie starring Hayfā Wahbī and Bāssim Samrā in protection of the Egyptian society and its religious values. 
The documentary highlights Egypt's civilization, its progress in various fields and its moderate religious faith, in addition to how it succeeded in dazzling the world over time. It includes the vision of foreigners residing in Egypt. Prepared over a period of two months, the script of the...
The makers of the Yomeddine [‎Yawm al-Dīn] “Judgment Day” movie announced that it will be commercially released in Minya, the birthplace and hometown of its star Rāḍī Jamāl, where the screenings will start on 23rd of September, specifically at Scape Cinema.
Al- Azhar has banned the American movie “Son of God” that presents the life of Jesus.
The 38-member Egyptian Film Selection Committee has settled on film ‘Yawm al-Dīn’ (day of judgement) to represent Egypt for the best foreign language film at the Oscars.  Directed by Abu Bakr Shawqi, it is the first feature film to portray the concerns of leprosy patients, and the first Egyptian...
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.
The article reviews the Lebanese film The Insult [the Arabic title is Case No. 23], which snatched the attention in al-Gūna [al-Jūnah] Film Festival, Egypt, because of its courageous approach in tackling the critical issue of religious affiliation in the Arab world in a dramatic climax of an...

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