Ahmed Magdy wins Trophée Francophone de l'interprétation Masculine



Fri, 01 Mar 2019 - 01:05 GMT


Fri, 01 Mar 2019 - 01:05 GMT

Ahmed Magdy- Facebook.

Ahmed Magdy- Facebook.

CAIRO – 1 March 2019: The Egyptian actor Ahmed Magdy won Trophée Francophone de l'interprétation Masculine on his role in "Ali, the Goat and Ibrahim" movie.

The movie revolves around the main character, Ali, who loves a goat named Nada and talks to it. Many people criticize him for this behaviour, until his mother forces him to go to a psychological and spiritual healer, where he meets Ibrahim.

Ibrahim suffers from depression and listens to sounds from another world, yet he is incapable of understanding what those messages mean.

Together, they embark on a journey of self-discovery and friendship across Egypt.

The movie’s first worldwide screening was at the Festival International du Film Francophone de Namur (FIFF) in Belgium.

It participated at the Rendezvous French Cinema in Paris in January, and was also a participant at the Cannes Film Festival Junior screening.

"Ali, the Goat and Ibrahim" won three postproduction awards at Final Cut in Venice workshop.

It is worth mentioning that Ali Sobhi won the Muhr Feature Award for best actor for playing the role of Ali, the goat.

"Ali, the Goat and Ibrahim" was written by Ahmed Amer and Ibrahim el-Batout. It was produced by Movie Clinic, Transit movies, Arizona productions, distributed by MAD Solutions, Film Clinic-Indie Distribution (FCID), and Loco Films.

The film stars Ali Sobhi, Ahmed Magdy, Salwa Mohamed Ali, Nahed el-Sebai and others.



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