The creators of the Egyptian TV series, "Seventh Neighbour", will be hosting a talk at Cimatheque on Friday, April 27.
The making-of-a-film documentary "Burden of Dreams" will be screening at Cimatheque on April 17 and again on April 22, 2018.
Yvonne Rainer's politically insightful 1990 film "Privilege" will be screening at Cimatheque on April 15 and again on April 17.
Sarah Ishaq's 2013 documentary "The Mulberry House" will be screening at Cimatheque on Tuesday, April 3.
'Losing Ground', a nearly lost 1982 comedy/drama film by director Kathleen Collins will be screening at Cimatheque on March 24 and March 25.
Yousry Nasrallah's bizarre comedy film 'Mercedes' will screen at Cimatheque on Sunday March 18 and again on Tuesday, March 20
Edward Yang's 1985 Taiwanese drama film "'Taipei Story'" will screen at Cimatheque on March 18, 2018
American drama film “Killer of Sheep” will screen at Cimatheque on December 17.
"The Adventures Of Prince Achmed" will screen at Cimatheque - the Alternative Film Center on Thursday.
Disturbing 1972 underground film "The Other Side of The Underneath" by director Jane Arden will screen at Cimatheque - Alternative Film Centre on December 10, 12.
Thai indie film, “Mysterious Object at Noon”, will screen at Cimatheque on Saturday and Sunday.
Russian-American director Maya Deren’s atmospheric and experimental films will be screening at Cimatheque-Alternative Film Centre on December 5 and December 10.
American documentary film “The Exiles” will be screened at Cimatheque on December 3, 5.
The dreamlike psychological Portuguese drama film “Horse Money (2014)” will be screening twice at Cimatheque, the alternative film center.
Two experimental short movies, “Film” (1966) by Alan Schneider and “Bring Me the Head of Tim Horton” (2015) by Guy Maddin.
American experimental science fiction film “Upstream Color” will screen at Cimatheque-Alternative Film Center on Saturday and Sunday.
The film “Portrait of Jason” will be screened at Cimatheque on Tuesday and Saturday at 7 p.m.
As part of a program curated by Cairo visual artist Donia Shohdy, late Japanese director Seijun Suzuki will be honored with two screenings for his film.
Japanese film “Pistol Opera” will screen at Cimatheque on Sunday at 7 p.m. and Tuesday at 4 p.m.
Lebanese documentary film “Makhdomeen” [A Maid for Each] will be screened at Cimatheque on October 8 and October 10.