Cairo International Film festival (CIFF) announced it’s World premieres and International premieres for the 43rd edition on Tuesday.
The list includes nine World Premieres and two International Premieres for features, and 17 World Premieres and 5 International Premieres for short films which their names will be revealed in the press conference.
The listed features are: the Tunisian “Tomorrow” (Ghodwa) bu Dhafer Labidnie, the Jordanian “Daughters” by Zaid Abu Hamdan, the Argentine “Seven Dogs” by Rodrigo Guerrero, and the Saudi “Becoming” by Sara Mesfer, Fatima Al Banawi, Jawaher Alamri, Hind Al Fahhad, and Noor Alameer.
It also includes the Palestinian “Diary of Gabrielle Street” by Rashid Masharawi, the Tunisian “A Second Life” by Aniss Lassoued, the Egyptian “From Cairo” by Hala Gala, and the Morrocean “Collapsed Walls” by Rodrigo Guerrero.
The Egyptian “Nile Crocodile” by Nabil Shazli, the multinational “Daughters” by Nana Neul, and “Pack of Sheep” by Dimitris Kanellopoulos are also listed by the festival.
The festival will hold its 43rd edition, while ensuring that all the necessary safety precautions are taken and following guidelines from the Egyptian government and the World Health Organization to ensure safety for all, including the Festival’s team, participating filmmakers, and the audience.
CIFF is one of the oldest cultural events in Africa and the Middle East, and is the only festival in Africa and the Middle East to be accorded category “A” status by the International Federation of Film Producers Associations (FIAPF) in Paris.