"Ramses Rah Fin" crowned the Ismailia Festival Award



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The film revolves around Statue of King Ramses II It was decorated with the heart of Cairo and a trip that he took in 2006 to place at the Great Egyptian Museum of Giza.

The jury said Documentary Film Competition The longest of the merits of the award is the film "Lets bind a composite personal history to the history of an entire country, documenting an unusual event."

The commission received its own film award "The Blue Breeze" A joint Portuguese-French-Portuguese production, as noted by the Committee with a film "Michael and Daniel" Written and directed by Andrei Zajdanski.

In the Short Film Competition, he won the Grand Prix "Out" Directed by Begem Zoldobay of Kyrgyzstan, while the Egyptian film was received "White Inferno" at the Jury Prize.

In the short film, he won the Grand Prix of Mexico "Arkangel" by director Cruz. He won the Indian Film Jury Prize "Fish Monologue" By Soporna Senguti Toshi.

In the animation competition, he won the Swiss Grand Prix "Children" Directed by Michael Frey, while the jury awarded his own award for the Polish film "Nostalgia of the Tango" By Marta Szymayska.

He picked up a movie "You've Come From Far" Egyptian director Amal Ramses won the awards of the African Federation of Film Critics and the Arbitration Committee of the International Union of Film Critics "The Fibonacci."

And the festival organized annually National Film Center in Egypt It is the largest and oldest non-commercial local and Arabic film and is an open window to the early works of young filmmakers.

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The film revolves around the statue of King Ramses II, which decorated the heart of Cairo and a trip he made in 2006 to be placed in the Great Egyptian Museum of Giza.

The jury said that the film "has managed to link a complex personal story to the history of an entire country, documenting an extraordinary event."

The commission gave its special prize to the film "The Blue Estuary," a joint Portuguese-French-Portuguese production, as well as the film "Michael and Daniel" by Ukrainian director Andrei Zajdanski.

In the short film competition, the Grand Prize was won by the film "Farah" directed by Bijm Zoldobai of Kyrgyzstan, while the Egyptian film "White Hell" won the jury prize.

In the short film, the Mexican film "Arcangel" won the Grand Prix. The jury prize was won by the Indian film "Fish Monologue" by Soporna Senguti Toshi.

In the animation contest, the Grand Prize won the Swiss film "Children" by Michael Frey, while the jury awarded its special award for the Polish film "Tango nostalgia", by Marta Szymayska.

The film "Come Away" by Egyptian filmmaker Amal Ramses received the awards from the African Federation of Film Critics and the International Union of Film Critics (FIBRESSI) jury.

The festival, organized annually by the National Film Center in Egypt, is the largest and oldest non-commercial local and Arabic film industry and is an open window to the early work of young filmmakers.

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