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Egyptian entertainment industry feels the pinch of neo-realism in Some Egyptian intellectuals believe that this is a good turning point for Egyptian cinema. By Eid Al Adha, only four films were released, three of which were comedies; one was a tragedy. The show garnered wide acclaim and became very popular. Neo-realism is characterized by a general sense of authenticity. Egyptians were still preoccupied with the political and economic instability engulfing the country. As a result it made a mere EGP ,

Unexpectedly, Ahmed Mekky’s film “Cima Ali Baba” was a disappointment despite tackling the issue of dictatorship in his film. Sunday, December 11th, In , many hope for a new creative spurt for Egyptian cinema after the expected removal of censorship and with the birth of a new, solid sense of nationalism among all Egyptians. Interestingly, audiences started drafting a blacklist of artists who are “not trust-worthy” or “disciples of the ousted regime”. Many activists called on audiences to boycott Zakaria’s film. Mahmoud Al-Laithy, former head of production at Cairo’s Media Production City, chief of Critics’ association, TV and National Film Institute, Directors’ Union, and head of the censorship unit of screenplays during Mubarak’s reign was also ousted from his position after some accused him of being one of the puppets of the former regime. Zakaria said, “[Tahrir protestors] are mercenaries and drug addicts.

Neo-realism is characterized by a general sense of authenticity.

The show garnered wide acclaim and became very popular. Tal’at Zakaria who starred the comedy “El Fil Fel Mandil” The Elephant in the Napkin was the whipping boy of after he condemned Tahrir protests and accused protesters of treason on several TV channels. Some say it is a break from “pointless comedies” and a start to production of films “reform” the industry in the coming period, says Film Studies student Ranim Ashraf. Al-Laithy suffered a heart attack a few months after he was stripped of his positions and had his year career denounced publicly.

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Many activists called on audiences to boycott Zakaria’s film. However, some fe, a new entertainment landscape through which the Middle East’s oldest film industry could enjoy a creative renaissance. However, some films failed more drastically than others when their stars were caught on the wrong side of the barricade.

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Mahmoud Al-Laithy, former head of production at Cairo’s Media Production City, chief of Critics’ association, TV and National Film Institute, Directors’ Union, and head of the censorship unit of screenplays during Mubarak’s reign was also ousted from his position after some accused him of being one of the puppets of the former regime. Singer Tamer Hosny and music composer Amr Mustafa made it to the top of the list. As soon as Youssef uploaded his new episode on YouTube, his views’ counter started manndil at a noticeably high rate.

This can be blamed on the military curfew, which was mandll only in mid and on the political uncertainty and instability that fl engulfed the country since January. Interestingly, audiences started drafting a blacklist of artists who are “not trust-worthy” or “disciples of the ousted regime”.

Egyptians were still preoccupied with the political and economic instability engulfing the country. By Eid Al Adha, only four films were released, fim of which were comedies; one was a tragedy. The prolonged periods the audience spent at home and hence in front of their TV’s during Ramadan contributed even further to the reduced number of movie-goers during the last quarter of Comedians like Mohamed Saad, Ahmed Mekky, Mohamed Heneidy and others have always packed cinemas across the country when their films were released.

Each channel tried to host political fora and heated debates. Khouri explained that some filmmakers and actors like Amr Waked went down to Tahrir Square while the violent events in late November were unfolding and started acting rl shooting their films amidst the protests and teargas.

Zakaria said, “[Tahrir protestors] are mercenaries and drug addicts. Unlike previous years, Ramadan was not associated with game shows and celebrities or gossip programs and talk shows.

Inmany hope for a new creative spurt for Egyptian cinema after the expected removal of censorship and with the birth of a new, solid sense of nationalism among all Egyptians.

As a result it made a mere EGPUnexpectedly, Ahmed Mekky’s film “Cima Ali Baba” was a disappointment despite tackling the issue of dictatorship in his film. Only Ahmed Helmy’s “X-Large” boomed at the box office and was lauded by the audience.

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The desire for political shows discussing the possibilities lying ahead surprisingly increased even during a religious ffel that has always offered pause for thought. All films suffered in the box office while others were a flop like “Share’a Al Haram” starring singer Saad Al Soghayar and belly dancer Dina.

Movie pundits, mndil as Khouri, are hoping for less euphemism, better quality, more blunt showing, and unleashing of political as well as social problems characterizing Egyptian cinema in and years to come.

Egyptian entertainment industry feels the pinch of neo-realism in It is “neo-realism at its best, as Khouri put it. During Ramadan, the numbers of talk shows doubled, and the number of television series decreased by half.

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Cinema icons like French filmmaker Andre Bazin said that neo-realism in film portrays being natural, authenticity, and truth; it is “a cinema of duration”. Sunday, December 11th, Filmmakers are trying to confer authenticity as well as a “sense of historical actuality and immediacy” on their work.

Search Search this site: Some Egyptian intellectuals believe that this is a good turning point for Egyptian cinema. But, Ashraf says, this is not to undermine the importance of comedies and the fact that some exceptions like Ahmed Helmy’s “Asal Eswed” Molasses are in fact “very well-made and profoundly effective and reforming films”.

After the emergence of social media tools such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube during the January 25 Revolution as powerful, far-reaching tools, Egyptians started finding a new entertainment channel in them. Getting caught on the wrong side of the barricade does not only have a negative effect on the artist’s career, but sometimes on his health as well.