Panel Discussion/ Recalling Revolution: Egyptian Film, Representation and Resistance at HOME

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Panel Discussion/ Recalling Revolution: Egyptian Film, Representation and Resistance at HOME Manchester, Manchester 13 October 2018 Entrance is free

HOME present a panel discussion exploring the challenges facing Egyptian film makers and other cultural producers in representing the Egyptian revolution and the significance of film and popular culture more broadly in resisting Egypt’s increasing authoritarianism.

With directors Amal Ramsis and Dalia Mostafa, Nicola Pratt, Dina Rezk and Sara Salem.

Free to attendees of any of our Egyptian Revolution Revisited films. This event can only be booked in person at Box Office.

Panel Discussion/ Recalling Revolution: Egyptian Film, Representation and Resistance at HOME Manchester, Manchester 13 October 2018 Entrance is free

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