Jeanne d'Arc Masriya ("JDM") is a creative documentary by Egyptian filmmaker Iman Kamel. The film is produced by Talal Al-Muhanna (Linked Productions/Kuwait) and is currently in development / early production.

The project has received support from the City Of Berlin Artist Grants program and from the Goethe Institut Abu Dhabi (UAE) and from Doha Film Institute in Qatar. The project has been pitched at Africa Produce and for the Amiens Screenplay Development Fund.

For further information, please contact the producer: contacttalal@hotmail.com

Synopsis:
Jeanne d’Arc Masriya (“JDM”) is a creative documentary that explores issues related to female emancipation and the right to female expression in ‘post’ post-revolutionary Egypt. Through the eyes of a female Egyptian filmmaker – until now long absent from her country while living overseas - the film deftly weaves together a series of deeply moving portraits composed of interviews, poetic voice-over and dance; exploring themes of oppression, guilt and faith through the words and movements of select Egyptian women, many of them artists
or creatively inspired in their work.

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