The Jesuits Film School in Alexandria

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Alexandria, Egypt

Workshop:
2014 - 2015

Workshop Curator:
Islam Kamal

Organized by:
The Jesuits Cultural Center in Alexandria
Fig Leaf Studios
Rufy's Films

 
 
Hosted by:
The Jesuits Cultural Center in Alexandria

For the last 10 years, the film school in the Jesuits Cultural Centre has been the only place in Alexandria that teaches filmmaking. The program is a long term workshop that usually lasts from 1 to 2 years. The program accepts from 8 to 12 students each workshop and focuses mainly on independent and low-budget filmmaking. By the end of each workshop, each student makes a short that s/he directs and all the rest of the students work as the main crew.

 

In 2014, Rufy’s Films and Fig Leaf Studios co-produced the 8 final short film projects for the students of the 5th workshop, that were completed in 2015.

 

Sky Like

Directed by: Hala Salah

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How Soltitude Was

Directed by: Marianne Abdelmalek

 

Lonely Fighter

Directed by: Alaa Hikal

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Scarf

Directed by: Kirollos Yousif

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Non Serious Show

Directed by: Aly Nagaty

 

Do Not Pity

Directed by: Mohamed Attala

Screened in FID Marseille International Film Festival 2015

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The Dervish Tree

Directed by: Sarah Khalil

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Close Your Eyes

Directed by: Asmaa Elsheikh

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