34th Cairo International Film Festival 2010


Cairo International Film Festival is an annual film festival held in Cairo, Egypt. It was established in 1976 as the first international film festival in the Middle East and it is the only International competitive feature Film Festival recognized by the FIAPF in Africa and the Middle East and the oldest in this category.
The 34th edition of the Cairo International Film Festival celebrates its annual event November 30 to December 9, 2010. The goal of the CIFF, Competitive Festival recognized by the FIAPF, is to promote films, encourage comprehension and meeting between cinema professionals around the world, develop film industry in Arab world, in the Middle East and all over the world and bring to the Egyptian public the most important cinematographic works of international filmmakers.

This year the main theme will be Egypt in the eyes of the world cinemas. Egyptian history is by all measures, abundant with rich dramatic themes that are easily developed into sensational stories for the silver screen. The Pharaohs, Cleopatra, Tutankhamen and Ramses are only a few of the stories produced in Europe and The U.S, that have become classics in the history of world cinema, enriching the tapestry of International film production for over a century.


thanks to zuz for the link..

a ufo? alien psyops? and pyramids..well it is cairo so we can let them off a little bit but no excuse for the ufo 😉


~ by seeker401 on December 12, 2010.

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