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Sherif M. Awad

film critic-curator

since 1990

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Raymond Ibrahim

by Sherif Awad Since the revolutions of January 25 and June 30 and even before, Egyptian Cops were subjected to a large amount of violence from the Muslim Brotherhood and their supporters. Reportedly...

Jews of Egypt

by Sherif Awad Egyptian documentaries are becoming more powerful practice that is tackling important and avant-garde subjects long before the narrative genre. Although it still lacks good exposure in...

European Cinema Luxor 2012

by Sherif Awad Despite all the shocking news we hear every day  about Egypt, its new president, it former SCAF and Tahrir Square, life still goes on at least in film festivals’ community...

Children of the Nile

by Sherif Awad A new documentary called Children of the Nile marks another chapter of the ongoing French interest in Egyptian heritage whether it is ancient or modern. Its French director Aurélie...

Between Italy and Egypt

by Sherif Awad Italians were the oldest European community in Egypt and the most amalgamated into the Egyptian society. Mosques such as Omar Makram in Cairo and Mursi Abou-Al-Abbas. in Alexandria were...

Egyptian drama,Turkish style

by Sherif Awad The rise of Turkish TV production in the last two decades followed the footsteps of Turkish cinema that is being acclaimed in world festivals.  The popularity of Turkish content...
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