Ali, The Goat and Ibrahim to Take Part in the AFAC Film Week in Morocco
Director Sherif El Bendary's film Ali, The Goat and Ibrahim will be taking part in the AFAC Film Week, which will be held for one week starting Saturday, April 22nd 2017, in the Moroccan city of Tangier. Ali, The Goat and Ibrahim is going to screen on Friday, April 28th at 05:00 pm (GMT +1) at Cinematheque de Tanger.
Ali, The Goat and Ibrahim follows a strange love story of a young man living in a rough neighborhood. He travels across Egypt on the recommendation of a psychic along with Ibrahim who is almost driven mad by the voices he hears in his head. Their journey turns into a voyage of friendship and self-discovery. Ali, The Goat and Ibrahim stars Ali Sobhi and Ahmed Magdy, alongside Salwa Mohamed Aly and Nahed El Sebai. The film is directed by Sherif El Bendary and written by Ahmed Amer, based on Ibrahim El Batout's story.
AFAC Film Week is held for the fourth consecutive year in the city of Tangier, Morocco, in cooperation with the Network of Arab Alternative Screens (NAAS). Twelve films from the Arab world are taking part in the event in an effort to present the films supported by the Arab Fund for Arts and Culture (AFAC) to Arab audiences for screening and discussion in the presence of the filmmakers.
Screening Time of Ali, The Goat and Ibrahim at the AFAC Film Week in Tangier (GMT+1)
Friday, April 28th at 5:00 pm at Cinematheque de Tanger