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CAIRO – 26 February 2018: Education Basket Consultancy Company will host a talk with the prominent filmmakers Norhan el-Sakkout, Karim el-Shenawy and Amir el-Shenawy on Tuesday, February 27 at the Greek Campus.
The three filmmakers will present a talk about their remarkable experience at Goldsmiths University of London. There will be a showcasing short clips they produced during their studies in Creative & Cultural Entrepreneurship and Film-making at the university.
The talk will be moderated by Mr. Hamid Gharda, Goldsmiths’ representative who travelled to Egypt specifically for this occasion, according to the event’s official invitation.
Karim el-henawy is an assistant director and director, known for ”Clash” (2016), ”Odd” (2013) and ”Normal Day” (2012). Amir el-Shenawy is a director, writer and cinematographer known for “Kilo 64” (2017) and “Cairo Syndrome” (2017) while Nourhan el-Sakkout is a Goldsmiths Master’s student.
Goldsmith university is a global public research university offering courses and research activities span the arts, humanities, social sciences, cultural studies in 19 academic departments, according to the university’s official website.