President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi honored the Egyptian who is one of Hollywood's most famous visual effects designers - Courtesy of WYF’s official Facebook page President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi honored the Egyptian who is one of Hollywood's most famous visual effects designers - Courtesy of WYF’s official Facebook page

Meet Egyptian Mohamed Ali; Hollywood's visual effects designers

Fri, Nov. 10, 2017
CAIRO – 10 November 2017: Hollywood's most famous visual effects designer, Mohamed Ali, was honored at the World Youth Forum’s closing ceremony on Thursday.

The now 28-year old Egyptian man called on the WYF in his speech to draw more attention to education; pointing out its necessity in the lives of peoples and nations. Ali praised the successful organization of the forum, as well.

Ali designed the visual effects of films like “Fast and Furious,” “Beauty and the Beast,” “Captain America,” “Iron Man,” “Harry Potter,” and “Spiderman”.

He received a Bachelor's degree in computer science from a university in the United States of America, before deciding to study the influence of industry at the San Francisco Art Academy.

Ali is one of the few Egyptians who have entered this field on a global level and has managed to reach this level of professionalism and proficiency.

The WYF kicked off on Saturday in Sharm El-Sheikh, South Sinai under the auspices of President Sisi, bringing together 3,000 youths represented by 60 delegations from around the world.

The seven-day gathering witnesses the participation of official youth representatives over 18-years-old, leaders of various youth networks, heads of state, media figures and around 250 young Egyptian expats. It is held under the slogan "We Need to Talk."
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