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El Ott – The new movie by Ibrahim El Batout – Controversal, shocking and offensive

November 6, 2014 by

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Filmmaker Ibrahim El Batout with Actors and Filmproducers Amr Waked and Salah Al Hanafy (ZAD Communication and Production).   Egyptian Filmmaker Ibrahim El Batout goes with the movie “El Ott” beyond conventional genre boundaries. He provokes. It is his unique creative vision that drives the film. The new crime drama is cruel, strange and dreamlike. […]

Exodus Project Session III

October 25, 2012 by

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Hi Everyone, We invite you to an unique event which takes place in the beautiful garden of the Swiss club. It’ll be full of joy and art. – (( entry by invitation only )) – Get your invitation NOW! Let’s celebrate the unity of Artists, who sing for peace and freedom. Enjoy Electronic Music, Reggae […]

Julia Tieke and Berit Schuck: Alexandria Streets Project

October 7, 2012 by

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Lens Young Dimashqi: Shell effects in Syria

September 1, 2012 by

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Shell effect, Jobar      31.08.2012 The effects of mass bombardement, Hajera Al-Balad          31.08.2012                        Hejera          31.08.2012 Douma    31.08.2012  Revolutionary leaflets thrown at a demonstration in Salhia Abu Jerah      Darya مجموعة من الشباب الميدانين […]

Ahmed Khalifa: Photos from the Inside

August 25, 2012 by

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Ahmed Khalifa, 35, is a german-egyptian political scientist and Photo-Journalist. He teaches at the University Witten-Herdecke about the Transformation in Egypt. He works also as a Researcher at the BICC, Bonn International Center for Conversion. During the uprising in Egypt, Ahmed Khalifa took thousands of photographs. Here are some of them. Mohamed Mahmoud Clashes before […]

David Degner: Remembering the egyptian uprising

August 14, 2012 by

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I started photographing a small protest on January 25th that grew into something larger than I ever imagined. This is a quick edit of images showing a different side of the protest than you may have seen.     I’m a photojournalist in Cairo, Egypt, seeking out interesting stories and ideas. I studied photojournalism and […]

Claudia Wiens : Changing Cityskapes

August 2, 2012 by

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       Another mural in Cairo Downtown Graffiti art in Cairo with a picture of Khaled Said who was beaten to death by police in Alexandria in June 2010. A well known Facebook group, ‘We are all Khaled Said’ brought attention to his death and contributed to growing discontent in the weeks leading up […]