Abdelsalam Moussa [Photo Courtesy: Imbd]
CAIRO – 12 November 2017: Egyptian Director of Photography (DOP) Abdelsalam Moussa will be teaching workshops on the basics of the cinematography process at Photopia starting on Saturday.
The “Cinematography from Script to Screen” workshop is a part of Photopia’s monthly workshops; Moussa’s workshop will include the aesthetics of lenses, the color palette of film, and the tools and aesthetics used in movement.
Participants will also learn techniques such as the aesthetics of lenses, the color palette of film, and the tools and aesthetics of movement.
Born in a family of filmmakers, Moussa shot his main stream feature film at the age of 24. He also worked as a camera assistant with the legendary Egyptian cinematographer Tarek el Telmesany.
Starting his career in “Moga Hara” [Heat Wave] series, he carried out magnificent contributions in many series such as “Afrah El Qobba,” [Qobba’s Wedding] and “Wahet El Ghoroub” [Sunset Oasis].
The renowned cinematographer has won several prestigious awards, including the Egyptian Film Society’s award for Best Cinematography in 2013, Catholic Center Jury award for Cinematography in 2013, and Jury Award Culture Wheel Festival in 2008.
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