Egyptian Jeanne d'Arc Screens at the Netherlands-Flemish Institute in Cairo
The documentary film Egyptian Jeanne d'Arc by director Iman Kamel is going to screen at the
Netherlands-Flemish Institute in Cairo (NVIC) on Sunday, March 11 at 07:30 PM. Since the beginning of this year, the film has screened at the Sudan Independent Film Festival (SIFF), Jounieh International Film Festival (JIFF), Cairo Institute of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CILAS) and the Ramallah Municipality Theater in Palestine.
The film screening will be streaming on the following link:
The documentary film Egyptian Jeanne d'Arc tells the true stories of resistance by Egyptian women since the outbreak of the revolution in 2011 through mythic story elements, poetic narration and dance. The film is directed by Iman Kamel, and co-produced by Nomad's Home Production (Iman Kamel) and Linked Productions (Talal Al-Muhanna). The film marks Iman's second collaboration with Kuwaiti producer Talal Al-Muhanna. Egyptian Jeanne d'Arc is distributed by MAD Solutions in the Arab world.
Egyptian Jeanne d'Arc was nominated for the 2013 Arab-German Film Prize of the Robert Bosch Stiftung Foundation in Germany. The film was presented at pitching and co-production forums such as Africa Produce (Tarifa, Spain) and Amiens Screenplay Development Fund (France).