Psychiatrist to testify in Weinstein trial as expert on sexual assault trauma

Fri, Jan. 24, 2020

A forensic psychiatrist is due to testify at ex-Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein's Manhattan rape trial on Friday, explaining why some sexual assault victims do not report attacks or avoid their abusers.

Sound of a 3,000 years old mummy heard through breakthrough technology

Fri, Jan. 24, 2020

Can you imagine hearing the sound of a 3,000 years old ancient Egyptian mummy? This became possible with a breakthrough study, where engineers 3D printed its vocal tract.

ET commemorates late Ahmed Ratib on his birth anniversary

Thu, Jan. 23, 2020

The late actor Ahmed Ratib is one of those artists who possess multiple talents, different abilities and a clear imprint in the acting world. January 23 marks the birth anniversary of the late iconic actor.

“El-Floos” revenues reach L.E 35 M in Egypt

Thu, Jan. 23, 2020

It is expected that revenues will increase during the coming period, after the film "The Money" was distributed in the USA and Canada.

51st CIBF hosts artistic symposium for Yousra on Jan. 27

Thu, Jan. 23, 2020

The symposium will provide a direct dialogue between the star and the book fair’s visitors.

Berlinale Classics: Six Classic Films Celebrate World Premieres in Digitally Restored Versions

Thu, Jan. 23, 2020

The Berlinale Classics section, curated by Rainer Rother, will salute “100 years of Fellini” with Il bidone (The Swindle), and will show two of the earliest narrative films about the Holocaust.

“Les Baghdad” surpasses L.E 1M in revenues on 1st day

Thu, Jan. 23, 2020

"Les Baghdad” (Thief of Baghdad) movie starring Mohamed Imam, achieved L.E 1,150,000 on the first day in movie theaters in Egypt.

In New York trial, prosecutors to begin making rape case against Harvey Weinstein

Wed, Jan. 22, 2020

U.S. prosecutors will begin presenting their rape case against Harvey Weinstein on Wednesday, with the once-powerful Hollywood producer facing life in prison if convicted.