Director Peter Mimi believes in young talents in Egypt’s filming industry



Sat, 26 May 2018 - 11:44 GMT


Sat, 26 May 2018 - 11:44 GMT

Peter Mimi - Egypt Today.

Peter Mimi - Egypt Today.

CAIRO – 26 MAY 2018: Director Peter Mimi believes in and supports young actors and actresses in Egypt’s thriving filming industry, especially in his personal dramatic works.

During the past two years, the norm that direction Peter Mini has been following is that he hires and pushes young talents in the filming industry.

Kalabsh 2 series starring Amir Karara, is currently being broadcast on Al Hayat TV channel in Egypt, and is Mimi’s last TV project as a director.

The most inspiring young talents supported by Mimi is star Mohammed Diab in “The Godfather” series, who plays the role of Abdullah Al Attar. Diab also played the role of Zanati in Kalabsh 1, which was broadcasted the previous Ramadan and hailed as a great success.

Mimi also supported young actress Sara Al Shami, in the TV series “The Godfather,” where she played the role of Nada Al Attar; later she was cast for the role of Salma in Kalabsh 1 and 2.

The young director also supported Amr Wahba, in this year’s Ramadan TV series marathon, hiring him to play alongside super star Amir Karara in the Kalabsh 2; This is the first acting participation for Wahba in a TV drama production.

Mohammed Ezz was also a fortunate young talent that Mimi believed in and supported in the TV series “The Godfather,” followed by the series Kalabsh 1.

Mimi also pushed Omar Shenawi in the series “The Godfather,” followed by both Kalabsh 1 and 2. Shenawi played the role of a police officer, and Karara’s brother in-law in the series.

Last but not least, Mimi also recommended a young female talent, named Mayan Al Sayad, to play a role in the TV series “The Godfather.” He presents her in the film industry through the movie “Karmouz War,” also starring Karara.

“Karmouz War” will be available in the local movie theatres in Eid El Fitr, when Muslims celebrate the end of Ramadan.



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