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Luxor hosts fourth edition of Egyptian and European Film Festival
A large number of Egyptian, Arab, and European movies will be screened. A number of actors, directors, and film critics from around the globe will be in attendance.
Published in Daily News Egypt on 24 - 01 - 2016

Dedicated to the great Egyptian actress Lobna Abdel Aziz, the fourth edition of Luxor Egyptian and European Film Festival will take place from 30 January until 5 February, despite political and economic unrest in Egypt.
A large number of Egyptian, Arab, and European movies will be screened. A number of actors, directors, and film critics from around the globe will be in attendance.
The festival will open with a screening of the Palestinian film 3,000 Nights. The film addresses the suffering of Palestinian women who give birth to children in Israeli prisons and how they can challenge the circumstances to protect their children.
Four other Arabic language films will be shown in the official competition including Ala Helet Einy, from Tunisia; Al Mohagran, from Syria; She Youm Rah Fel, from Lebanon; and Alf Khotwah Fe Heza'y, from Morroco.
The festival will include two main competitions, one for feature films and the other for short films. In these competitions, there are three main prizes: the Gold DJED Pillar, the Silver DJED Pillar, and the Gold Bronze Pillar,.
While there are no Egyptian films participating in the official competitions, four films will be screened during the festival: Qodrat Gher Adeya (Extraordinary Abilities), starring Khaled Abol Naga and Naglaa Badr; El Leila El Kbeera (The Big Night), starring Somaia El Khashab and Amr Abdel Galeil; Paparazzi, starring Ramy Ayash; and Men Dahr Ragel, starring Aser Yasin and Yasmine Raees.


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