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18 DAYS IN THE HEART OF THE EGYPTIAN REVOLUTION

by Farid Ismaïl, Mirit Mikhail

synopsis

This documentary is a chronological historic testimony of the 18 days of the Egyptian revolution counted by 6 participants among whom: Five Egyptians who followed the remote revolution through the Egyptian and foreign media. and the exclusive interview of a Korean cameraman which was imprisoned for the simple fact of being a journalist. From the beginning of the revolution of the Egyptian people till the fall of Mubarak (from January 25Th till February 11th, 2001), this movie tries to draw, above all, the narrative of the lived and the felt of an historic event, that of the peaceful Egyptian revolution, the revolution ' Facebook '

international title: 18 days in the heart of the Egyptian revolution
original title: 18 jours au coeur de la révolution égyptienne
country: France, Egypt
year: 2011
genre: documentary
directed by: Farid Ismaïl, Mirit Mikhail
film run: 27'
cinematography by: François-Xavier Le Reste
producer: Farid Ismaïl, Mirit Mikhail
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