The first art-house cinema, Zawya, holds the 11th edition of Panorama for the European Film from November 7 to 17 - Panorama for the European Film’s official Facebook page
CAIRO – 10 October 2018: The first art-house cinema, Zawya, will hold the 11th edition of Panorama for the European Film from November 7 to 17, Zawya's official Facebook page announced on September 30.
In its 10th edition, the panorama featured 55 films ranging from features and documentaries to short and archival films from 26 European countries including Germany, France, Georgia, Bulgaria, Austria, Hungary and Ukraine.
Incorporated for the first time in the program of the panorama in 2016, the Urban Lens section under the theme “Mysterious London” brought London into the spotlight of 2016's edition through three classic films including “The Frenzy” and “Night and the City.”
Panorama for the European film is devoted to bringing the latest award-winning films from the most prestigious festivals; the films are divided into the following sections: the Main Narrative Features, Films From Emerging Directors, the Rendez-Vous section, and finally the Lounge section.
The panorama’s program also welcomes film professionals to share their experiences with the Egyptian audience through a number of workshops and master-classes. They will be giving workshops in documentary filmmaking and scriptwriting.
Under the auspices of the Ministry of Culture and Egyptian Film Center, this edition was funded by the European Union, British Council, Goethe Institute, French Cultural Center in Egypt, and the embassies of Ireland, Holland, Sweden, and Portugal, among other media partners.