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  • A Maid For Each (2016)
    67 min - Documentary
    In Lebanon, domestic work is a real business. Workers are classified according to their nationality and ethnicity. Zein owns a domestic worker agency in Beirut. He arranges for Asian and African women to work in Lebanese households. With the justice
    Director: Maher Abi Samra
    Writer: Maher Abi Samra

  • A Memory In Khaki (2016)
    110 min - Documentary
    The film sheds light on years of silence, fear and terror, and it dives into the stories, which were behind the eruption of Syria’s society and the start of its revolution. It is a Syrian account, which, by laying out the past, tells the story of the future.
    Director: Alfoz Tanjour
    Writer: Alfoz Tanjour, Louai Haffar

  • Ali, the Goat and Ibrahim (2016)
    92 min - Fiction
    A strange love story of a young man living in a rough neighborhood. He travels across Egypt on the recommendation of a psychic along with Ibrahim who is almost driven mad by the voices he hears in his head. Their journey turns into a voyage of friendship and self-discovery.
    Director: Sherif El Bendary
    Writer: written by Ahmed Amer, based on Ibrahim El Batout's story

  • Barakah Meets Barakah (2016)
    88 min - Fiction
    In an environment hostile to dating of any kind, Barakah, a municipal civil worker from Jeddah, and Bibi, a wild beauty, who functions as a crowd-puller for her stylish mother's boutique and runs her own widely-seen vlog, must find a way to get to know each other.
    Director: Mahmoud Sabbagh
    Writer: Mahmoud Sabbagh

  • Brooks Meadows and Lovely Faces (2016)
    115 min - Fiction
    A family in a small Egyptian village prepares for a big wedding celebration.
    Director: Yousry Nasrallah
    Writer: Yousry Nasrallah, Ahmed Abdallahh

  • Clash (2016)
    97 min - Fiction
    Tackling the political unrest that prevailed in Egypt in 2013, Clash's events take place in an 8-meter police truck, crammed with detainees representing different sects of the society
    Director: Mohamed Diab
    Writer: Khaled Diab, Mohamed Diab

  • Egyptian Jeanne d'Arc (2016)
    85 min - Documentary
    Egyptian Jeanne d'Arc tells the true stories of resistance by Egyptian women since the outbreak of the revolution in 2011 through mythic story elements, poetic narration and dance.
    Director: Iman Kamel
    Writer: Iman Kamel, Klaus Freund

  • Foreign Body (2016)
    85 min - Fiction
    In France, Samia, a young illegal immigrant who ran away from her brother. Haunted by the fear of being followed by her extremist brother, Samia first finds refuge at Imed's home, before ending up working for the rich widow, Leila
    Director: Raja Amari
    Writer: Raja Amari

  • Hadi (2016)
    89 min - Fiction
    Hedi, a young man who doesn't expect much from the future. While his mother is making arrangements for marrying him off, He meets a young woman and falls in love with her only two days before his wedding
    Director: Mohamed Ben Attia
    Writer: Mohamed Ben Attia

  • Hepta: The Last Lecture (2016)
    112 min - Fiction
    Dr. Shukri Mokhtar is a renowned social psychology specialist, best known for his ability to answer the simplest questions, who decides to give one last lecture about the very simple question: "How do we love?”
    Director: Hadi El Bagoury
    Writer: Wael Hamdy (screenplay), Mohamed Sadeq (novel)

  • In the Last Days of the City (2016)
    118 min - Fiction
    In Cairo, Khalid, a 35 year old filmmaker is struggling to make a film that captures the soul of his city while facing loss in his own life. With the help of his friends, he finds the strength to keep going through the difficulty and beauty of living IN THE LAST DAYS OF THE CITY.
    Director: Tamer El Said
    Writer: Tamer El Said , Rasha Salti

  • Mawlana (The Preacher) (2016)
    130 min - Fiction
    Preacher Hatem Al Shenawy hosts a successful religious TV show, where he gives clear-cut and sensible answers to questions posed by callers and guests. Hatem's audiences are unaware of his inner conflicts between what he really thinks
    Director: Magdy Ahmed Ali
    Writer: Magdy Ahmed Ali , Ebrahim Issa

  • My Uncle (2016)
    107 min - Fiction
    Inspired by the Moroccan Chaplin-style character, created by actor Abderrahim Tounsi in the 1970s and the early 1980s. He is the uncle of a young struggling Moroccan actress who strives to achieve her dream of becoming a celebrated actress.
    Director: Nassim Abassi
    Writer: Nassim Abassi

  • Sweat Rain (2016)
    126 min - Fiction
    M'Barek struggles not to lose his land; his raison d'être. Ida, his wife, and the cornerstone of the family, struggles to carry her husband's burden in silence. Ayoub grazes his father's sheep and talks to the fairies.
    Director: Hakim Belabbes
    Writer: Hakim Belabbes

  • Those Who Remain (2016)
    126 min - Documentary
    In Akkar, Lebanon, Haykal, a 60-year-old Christian farmer, decides to build a farm, and a restaurant. Despite the many challenges he faces each day, Haykal feels he must remain in his land now more than ever defending coexistence
    Director: Eliane Raheb
    Writer: Eliane Raheb

  • Withered Green (2016)
    73 min - Fiction
    Withered Green tells the story of young Iman, a conservative religious person, who takes people's opinions of her into account and shows uptight restriction to all the withering social traditions.
    Director: Mohammed Hammad
    Writer: Mohammed Hammad