The Serbian Embassy in Egypt honored Egyptian actress Shereen Reda in recognition for her artistic career and for protecting animal rights in Egypt.
The actress took to Instagram on Tuesday to express her happiness with the honoring as well as share photos from the ceremony.
“I’m so thrilled and happy to be honored from Serbian Embassy and my second country Serbia 🇷🇸 in recognition for my participation in Film, TV, and protecting the animal rights in Egypt🙏🏼🎞🐶,” she captioned.
“Thanks to everyone who attended last night and made this evening so special.” Reda concluded.
Reda will next appear in the highly-anticipated film “Qamar 14” (Full Moon).
“Qamar 14” is penned by Mahmoud Zahran and directed by Hadi El Bagoury.
The film takes place on a lunar night where the societal beliefs that kill love are unveiled through five different love stories.
The first will be centered around Ghada Adel, Karim Fahmy, Arfa Abdel Rassoul, and Mohamed Mahran.
The second will revolve around Ahmed Hatem, Asma Abulyazeid, Ahmed Bedier, and Mohamed Goma, while the third focuses on Ahmed Malek, Bayoumi Fouad, and May El Ghety.
Meanwhile, Dina El Sherbiny, Ahmed El Fishawy, and Mohamed Alaa Jamaica will star in the fourth tale, and the fifth will be centered around Khaled El Nabawy and Reda.
The film received its world premiere at the 5th El Gouna Film Festival (GFF), which took place from 14-22 October at El Gouna Resort-town in Red Sea governorate, Egypt.
The film was screened on October 18 in the “Out of Competition” section at El Gouna Conference and Culture Centre, the main venue of the festival.