Tony Dijamco from the Awareness film festival said “when I was Watching the first 20 minutes or so there was something I couldn’t put my finger on and I realized that the film didn’t have a narrator and it was really all these individual stories that came together.” he went on to say “I found the remarkable because i don’t see that in documentaries very often. Then later on as the documentary went on, one of the people you interview said that the revolution didn't have a leader there was no one person there was no one figurehead following and I thought that really brought the whole story together.”
Watch what Egyptian people feel and think about The Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) in Cairo. In this clip they are sharing their frustration and disappointment with the SACF. From brutality to military trials, the SCAF have not shown any improvement from the old Mubarak regime.
The video is a part of my upcoming movie about what has been happening after the Egyptian revolution, "Stories from Tahrir."
stories from Tahrir . activists from Egypt telling their stories.
Mohamed Fahamie is one of the people who were hurt during the Egyptian revolution in 2011. He has gone through one surgery to save his eye, and still has not received any compensation from the government.
Mohamed Mahmoud street clashes in November, 2011 between protesters and the repressive Egyptian state police and military forces.
This video is a part of a movie I have been working on as a follow-up to my first movie, Egypt the Story Behind The Revolution.