Mahmoud el-Meligy is one of the most famous Egyptian actors who performed the role of the villain in Egyptian cinema.
Egyptian cinema is started to continue its activities with a number of new movies that was premiered during Eid El-Adha and others is expected be released after it.
Egypt celebrated the centenary of cinema years ago.
The Egyptian cinema discussed in many films the important role of the labors in society and the difficulties they are exposed to.
The rare photos, which have circulated for the very first time since 1956, leaving many reminiscing and nostalgic, teach men how to treat women.
The Egyptian Film Week held in Belgrade achieved a booming success, and witnessed the attendance of a large number of people.
Egyptian veteran actress, Madiha Yousri, died Tuesday at a Cairo Hospital, Yousri was 97.
Mahmoud Shaltout, known as “Mac Toot”, is an Egyptian artist whose work fascinated people on social media networks.
Recently honored film critic Samir Farid was an integral part of Egyptian cinema. Egypt Today remembers his exceptional contributions to the industry.
Egypt Today will present to you the most important Egyptian movies that tackle terrorism and Islamic extremism issues.
Today marks the birthday of the legendary director Ahmed Badrakhan.
El Gouna Red Sea resort awaits a major film festival in September that will put it on the map of international screening venues as well as tourist destinations.
Veteran Egyptian actor Nour el-Sherif was a true star who gained the love of the audience across the silver screen, TV and theater.
Among other from his generation, Mohamed Khan (October 26, 1942 – July 26, 2016) lead the movement of Realism in Egyptian Cinema.
Horob Edtrary, a new Egyptian film starring Ahmed El Sakka, made LE 43 million ($2.3 million) on Sunday.
In memory of the late Egyptian director Mohamed Khan, Mawassem du Cinema Arabe in Paris will be screening his film "The Girl of the Factory."
Egyptian film “Sheikh Jackson,” starring Ahmed El-Fishawy, will be screened at Cannes Film Festival.
With the earliest film projections using a Lumière Brothers’ cinematograph at the Toussoun Exchange in Alexandria on November 15 1896, Egypt witnessed the birth of filmmaking and screenings in their formative days, and quickly helped the industry grow bec
Egyptian cinema was formerly known as one of the most prestigious cinema industries in the world to the extent that it used to stand in competition with Hollywood movies.
For the first time in Egyptian cinema a local film will feature an all-hearing impaired cast, , Al Monitor reported on Monday.