Movies are where magic comes to life; a world filled with wonder and fantasy. We can imagine ourselves as the hero we see on the screen. We want to be strong like Superman or Superwoman, smart like Sherlock Holmes, or funny like Mr. Bean.
The cinema will remain always the truest and the most real archive of history.
Fayrouz was born on March 15, 1943.
The salon is managed by the pioneering director Ahmed Fouad Darwish.
Zaki is considered one of the most prominent actors in the history of Egyptian cinema. He was born in Zagazig as the only son in his family.
Rateb was known for the countless roles he played in the French, American and Egyptian cinema.
Rihani was one of the most famous theater actors in the twentieth century and was well known by the name of the character “Kesh Kesh Bey”.
Mahmoud el-Meligy is one of the most famous Egyptian actors who excelled the role of the villain in the Egyptian cinema.
Renowned Egyptian actor Mahmoud Yassin was born in Port Said city in June 2, 1941.
Egypt’s iconic actress Faten Hamama was born on May 27, 1931.
Ismail Yassin is one of the most prominent comedians in the history of the Egyptian cinema and loved by all family members.
Shadia, the Egyptian artist who was able, with her simplicity and wit, to dig her name among the great artists of the Golden Age, was born on February 8, 1931.
February 7 marks the death anniversary of the distinguished playwright Lenin el-Ramli, who is considered one of the playwriting moguls in Egypt and the Arab world.
The extension of the period of receiving applications to participate in the festival aims to allow the largest number of filmmakers to participate in the activities of the 23rd edition.
Mahmoud el-Meligy is one of the most famous Egyptian actors who performed the role of the villain in Egyptian cinema.
Egyptian cinema is started to continue its activities with a number of new movies that was premiered during Eid El-Adha and others is expected be released after it.
Egypt celebrated the centenary of cinema years ago.
The Egyptian cinema discussed in many films the important role of the labors in society and the difficulties they are exposed to.
The rare photos, which have circulated for the very first time since 1956, leaving many reminiscing and nostalgic, teach men how to treat women.
The Egyptian Film Week held in Belgrade achieved a booming success, and witnessed the attendance of a large number of people.