CinemaXElforn:Ahmed El Ghoneimy
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Oct 20, 2019 8:00–10:00pm
Organized by: Darb 1718
Venue: Darb 1718
Address: Kasr El Sham3 Street, Al Fakhareen – Old Cairo

Film Screening : “Gazr Trablos (Tripoli Tide) - Bahari - The Cave “ + Q & A
Director: Ahmed El Ghoneimy

Date: Sunday 20th of October
Time : 8:00 PM
Tickets fees: 30 EGP

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Gazr Trablos ‘Tripoli Tide’
16 minuets, Arabic, Color, 2K DCP and HD, 2018

Supported by : Ashkal Alwan, Sharjah Biennale 13, KFW Stiftung and Kuenstlerhaus Bethanien Produced by : Ashkal Alwan
Writer, Director and Producer : Ahmed Elghoneimy
Countries of Production : Lebanon, Egypt, UAE and Germany

Discovering new places with his father in the bay area of Tripoli city, Lebanon, Youssef oscillates between feeling bigger and smaller in space.

Bahari 13 min, Arabic, Color, HD, 2011
Supported by : ACAF, Alexandria Contemporary Arts Forum Additional Support and Exective Producer : Sherif Al-Azma Writer, Director and Producer : Ahmed Elghoneimy Countries of Production : Egypt
One night, Amr wanders alone in the streets of Bahari, the marginalized eastern shore of Alexandria. While he collects material for an art project he is allured to film a playful group of children. Two locals are provoked by Amr's actions leading to an encounter that evokes elusive fears and desires.

Alkahf (The Cave)23 min, Arabic, Color, 4K DCP, 2013
Supported by : Goethe- Institute South Africa, Guaranty Trust Bank & Hubert Bals Fund of
International Film Festival Rotterdam
Produced by : Big World Cinema (South Africa) and Zero Production (Egypt) Co - Produced by : Focus Pocus (Macedonia)
Writer, Director : Ahmed Elghoneimy
Countries of Production : Egypt, South Africa and Macedonia
Adham, a young musician from Alexandria travels to Cairo to pursue his musical career and rebound with his old friend, Amr, a member of his former band who has since attempted to settle his life.The film follows young musician Adham through the contrasting landscapes of an ever- evolving Cairo.