Egyptian cinema is the main industry in the Arab world, and it is the source from which many industries in the countries of the region have sprung up after their establishment. Egyptian cinema has always entertained us with films that were and still are brands for all cinema lovers.
With the entry of the new millennium, the films of young directors mingled with the films of other former directors, and Egyptian cinema has witnessed a then and so far remarkable diversity and progress that has contributed to keep it at the top of the film industries in the Arab world in light of the stagnation it has witnessed during that time, and here is a list of the best Egyptian films of the past decade. .
Film 678 by Mohamed Diab (2010)
This film came before many films that discussed the idea of harassment and its family and societal issues, as its three heroines face the same problem in more ways than one, and at the same time we see the mutual relationship between each of them and their families and the surrounding community.
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Film Letters of the Sea by Daoud Abdel Sayed (2010)
The film revolves around Yahya “Aser Yassin”, a young doctor who suffers from speech problems. He comes to Alexandria for a long vacation to live in his family’s old house. During his journey, he meets Noura “Basma” and other events that change the course of his life.
Microphone, directed by Ahmed Abdullah Al-Sayed (2011)
In 2011, Egyptian cinema witnessed many distinguished films, the most important of which was Microphone. The significance of this film is that it introduced the emerging Egyptian music groups “Underground Bands” in a way that helped most of them become famous later, as it brought them closer to all. segments of society through the big screen.
This idea came as part of the main story of the film, which revolves around Khaled “Khaled Abu Al-Naga” who returns from abroad in search of his girlfriend and to improve his relationship with his father, and During his journey through the streets of Alexandria, he gets to know these teams and his life mixes with them and begins another journey.إقرأ أيضا:كيف تتمتع بإنتاجية وراحة أكثر مع ساعات النوم الأقل؟
After the signature film, directed by Yousra Nasrallah (2012)
The film deals with the issue of the camel incident during the events of the January 25 revolution, where Reem “Menna Shalabi”, a political activist who works for an advertising company, searches for the real reasons for signing and finds herself. travels with her friend Farah to Nazlat al-Samman and meets there Mahmoud Al-Bitar “Basem Samra” One of the people involved in the incident begins his journey with him.
The film participated in the official events of the Cannes Film Festival for its year.
Mohamed Amin’s Dark February Film (2013)
The film revolves around two brothers, Hassan “Khaled Saleh” who works as a doctor at the university, and Salah “Tariq Abdel Aziz”, whose life has passed from teaching chemistry to making pickles. During a safari in the oases, their family reunites with other people, Hassan discovers the reality in which he lives, and meets with his brother many events that make him think of immigration abroad.
Film No Accountable, directed by Amr Salama (2014)
The film revolves around a Christian child named Hani Abdullah Peter “Ahmed Dash”, whose father dies suddenly and leaves him with his mother to face many problems, in addition to his debt problem, which forces his mother to transfer him to a government school, and there the child claims he is a Muslim for fear of persecution. Religious, and as such encounter many complications.إقرأ أيضا:تحميل أفضل صيغة عبرة تم عقده بيع سيارة وصيغة مبايعة عربة 2019
The film was selected by the Global Film Initiative as a film in its 2014 Global Lens Films series.
The Blue Elephant, directed by Marwan Hamed (2014)
The film is based on the novel of the same name by Ahmed Mourad. The story revolves around Yahya Rashid “Karim Abdel Aziz”, a psychiatrist who returns to work after 5 years of hiatus, to help resolve the case of his friend, Sharif al-Kurdi, “Khaled al-Sawy”, who mysteriously killed his wife. During his search for the case, Yahya is exposed to dangerous situations in a world full of mysteries in which his friend puts him.
Aswar Al-Qamar, directed by Tariq Al-Erian (2015)
In flashback, Zina “Mona Zaki” tells her story with her two husbands Ahmed and Rashid, after losing her sight in an accident. She begins to collect her memories with the two of them to see what each of them has done to her during his relationship with her, and gradually we dive deeper into her life to learn all the secrets behind the fact that she has. lost his sight.
Engagement film directed by Mohamed Diab (2016)
In a deportations car of no more than 8 meters in size that includes more than 10 people, we get to know each of them through their journey inside the car after the events of June 30, 2013 during a demonstration between supporters and opponents of the Muslim Brotherhood regime in Egypt, and we see how bringing them together in one place has helped to change the paths. Many of them.
The Treasure Film: Truth and Fiction, directed by Sherif Arafa (2017)
In three separate stories that are brought together by history and the search for Egyptian identity through events filled with love and romance, Hassan Bishr “Ahmed Hatem” delves into these stories to learn more about the a legacy that his father, Bishr Al-Katatni, “Muhammad Saad”, left after a long journey for him, and who is his mother.
Industrial Divorce, directed by Khaled Diab (2018)
In a comic atmosphere inside the American Embassy in Cairo, a large number of citizens go to seek the necessary papers to immigrate to the United States of America, including Hussein “Majed Al-Kadwani” and the gift “Houria Farghali Who planned to place her baby’s gift inside the embassy to obtain citizenship and thus transfer it to them, but events do not. Go as they wanted.
Hadi El Bagouri’s guest film (2019)
He visits the family of writer Dr. Yahya Al-Tijani “Khaled Al-Sawy” Osama “Ahmed Malik” who intends to get engaged to his daughter Farida. During dinner, a dialogue settles between the family and this young man who reveals many facts and hidden intentions that we do not know.
What sets this film apart is its growing dialogue and belonging to films in one place that we have rarely seen in the contemporary Egyptian film industry.
Day and Night directed by Ayman Makram (2020)
The events of the film take place in the district of Sayyida in Cairo, where one of the secretaries of police Mansour “Khaled al-Nabawi” deals with the cases of this district, and through his journey we discover many secrets and crimes that occur in and in all similar neighborhoods.
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