Today, for the second time in the Arab world and Africa, the film “Zagira” is shown in the special screenings section of the 43rd session of the Cairo International Film Festival.
Memory, directed by Abhisat Pong Virasatakul and produced by Colombia, Thailand, France, Germany, Mexico and the United Kingdom.
As Jessica travels to Bogota to visit her sister, the film revolves around her encounter with archaeologist Agnes, who examines human remains found in a tunnel under construction. Jessica travels to see Agnes at an excavation site in a small town nearby. Clean up the fish and share memories on the riverbank.
Screening of the 136-minute film begins at 6 pm at the Nafoura Theater in the Opera House, and its third screening will take place on Sunday, December 5 at 4:30 pm at Ewart Hall.
The activities of the 43rd Cairo International Film Festival will continue until December 5.
Today’s screenings, for the first time in the Middle East and North Africa, feature “The Boiling” as part of the 43rd Cairo International Film Festival.
Boiling, directed by Philippe Bernatini and produced in the United Kingdom, takes place in the restaurant kitchen under constant pressure, and the chef and his crew argue on this busy day of the year.
Today, for the first time in the Middle East and North Africa, at the 43rd session of the Cairo Film Festival, the film “The Heart of the Dark Forest” is shown at the International Critics’ Week competition.
The 16-year-old Nikolai, who lives in a foster home between host family and loneliness, is surrounded by the idea and dreams of leaving him behind in the movie “Heart of the Dark Forest” directed by Serge Mirzapkiants, produced by Belgium. Starting a family when old Camille arrives.
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