FILMS
A Musical Film with Cairokee - Upcoming project
A new musical film about Cairokee rock band, one of the most popular, successful and influential rock bands in the Arab world.
Cairokee music videos get about 150 million views with more than 785 thousand subscribers to their official YouTube channel. They have more than 2 million followers on Twitter and half a million followers on Instagram. Cairokee's latest album ‘A Drop of White’ got more than 100 million views on all of their social media platforms put together.



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Sheikh Jackson
Director –Amr Salama

The events of the film take us back to June 25, 2009 as the news of Michael Jackson's death took the world by storm affecting many, especially a preacher who is dubbed "Jackson" during his school days. But, what does a preacher have in common with the King of Pop? More importantly, can he now go back to his normal life, or will his memories and relationships with his loved ones raise the most prominent question in his mind? Is he the Sheikh, Jackson, or both?
The film is co-produced by The Producers and Film Clinic

Ten days after its release in theaters, the film was able to make four million EGP in ticket sales, beating all the other films currently playing in theaters. The film made more than seven million EGP in ticket sales so far.
Sheikh Jackson landed its world premiere at the 42nd Toronto International Film Festival within the Special Presentations programme that specializes in presenting world premieres or Canadian premieres of the year's awaited films, in addition to the most recent films by the world's leading filmmakers. The film made its Arab world premiere by opening the first edition of El Gouna Film Festival, where it competed in the festival's Feature Narrative Competition. The Egyptian Cinema Syndicate selected Sheikh Jackson to be Egypt's official submission to the Academy Awards for Best Foreign-Language Film.
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Hepta: The Last Lecture
Director –Hadi El Bagoury

Hepta: The Last Lecture is based on Mohamed Sadek's best-selling book, which portrays the seven stages of love through four paralleled stories. The novel topped the charts in Egypt and throughout the Arab world for several weeks, and sold 36 editions.

The film received a wave of wide acclaim among social media platforms, as several filmmakers, public figures, film stars, and members of the audience expressed their admiration on their Facebook accounts and pages.

For seven consecutive weeks, Hepta: The Last Lecture topped the Egyptian box office with revenues that surpassed 27 million EGP, becoming the highest-grossing romantic film in the history of Egyptian cinema.


Hepta: The Last Lecture won the highest number of awards at the Arabian Cinema Awards (ACA) reaching 10 awards. The awards are: Best Film and Best Director to Hadi El Bagoury, Best Actor to Maged El Kedwany, Best Screenplay to Wael Hamdy, Best Editing to Ahmed Hafez, Best Soundtrack to Hesham Nazih, Best Sound Editing to Bassem El Elaimy, Best Sound Mixing to Ahmed Gaber, Best Hair Styling to Haitham Dahab and Best Song to Donia Samir Ghanem for Hekaya Wahda. Since the beginning of 2017, Hepta: The Last Lecture won six awards at the 65th Egyptian Catholic Center Cinema Festival, four awards from Dear Guest Magazine (DG Awards) and the Audience Award at the Arabian Sights Film Festival in Washington, making more than 20 awards.

Hepta: The Last Lecture had a screening at the closing night of the 6th Malmo Arab Film Festival in Sweden, contended for the Anab d'Or within the Feature Film Competition at the 2ndMediterranean Film Festival of Annaba (FAFM) in Algeria, and screenings at the Arab Camera Festival in Rotterdam, the 38th Cairo International Film Festival (CIFF), and the Arab Cinema Week in USA.

Videos from Hepta: The Last Lecture
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مش بس سر السبعة.. هيبتا مليان بالأسرار
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نجومنا في طريقهم للعرض الخاص في دبي
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الفريق اللي قش كل ورق الكوتشينة برقم 7
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حاجة مش بتتنسي ومش بنعرف نحكي تفاصيلها
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سألنا نجوم هيبتا .. إيه هو الحب؟
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دينا مقتنعة إن داود بيعرف يرسم
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الإعلان الرسمي لفيلم .... هيبتا
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حب، لهفة، خوف، فرحة، حزن وأمل ...هيبتا
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عمرو يوسف جاهز لتصوير البوستر
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نجومنا الصغننين عاملين جو في الكواليس
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القرار" من فيلم هيبتا"
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الحقيقة" من فيلم هيبتا"
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الأدراك" من فيلم هيبتا"
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البداية" من فيلم هيبتا"
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اللقاء" من فيلم هيبتا"
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العلاقة" من فيلم هيبتا"
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" هيبتا"
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Before the Summer Crowds
Director – Mohamed Khan

Set in a seaside resort, the film tracks a group of people who meet each other by the beginning of summer season.
The last film by the great late Egyptian director Mohamed Khan.
The film landed its world premiere at the heart of the Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF), where it was selected to compete in the Muhr Feature Films Competition and also was selected for the closing night screening by the Luxor African Film Festival competing within the Long Narrative Films competition

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WARDA
Director –Hadi El Bagoury

A video blogger returns to his Egyptian countryside home to document and investigate strange happenings that have been disturbing his family since the death of his father.
The film is a spine-chilling thriller/horror created in the found-footage style, a growing independent genre of filmmaking where all or an essential part of a film depends on discovered video recordings, often left behind by missing or dead protagonists.
The film took part in the Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival in Korea and the European Film Market of the 65th Berlin International Film Festival.

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Excuse My French
Director –Amr Salama

Co-produced with Film Clinic, the film follows a child whose life turns upside down after the death of his father and his mother's discovery of the huge debts they have to pay. He is forced to experience the huge gap between classes after moving from his old elite private school to a public one. Things get complicated enough when his classmates and teachers, who didn't read his full name, mistake him for a Muslim.
The film is Amr Salama's third feature.
Excuse My French has received positive reviews from the Egyptian and national media, rated 8/10 on IMDb, a rate which comes from several critical reviews. The film had its world premiere at the opening gala of Luxor Egyptian and European Film Festival and its US premiere on at Washington, DC International Film Festival.

Al Ragol Al Mostaheel

Directed by Marwan Hamed
Written by Ahmed Mourad