1. Kilometrix.dancerun.4 - Le Caire, Egypte - Mars 2008

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    Chorégraphie géographique de et avec Foofwa d'Imobilité Caméra Pascal Dupoy http://www.dailystaregypt.com/article.aspx?ArticleID=12716 http://foofwa.com http://dupoy.org

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    • Un printemps en Méditerranée - Partie 1

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      Maroc, Egypte, Israël, Turquie, Albanie, Italie, Espagne. Un itinéraire autour de la Méditerranée à la rencontre de jeunes de 20 ans. Ce documentaire témoigne du quotidien et des défis, sociaux et politiques, auxquels fait face cette jeunesse à l’avant-garde du changement.

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      • Entretien avec Youssef CHAHINE

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        Entretien de Guillaume Hecht réalisé au Caire en 2003. Un hommage au grand maître du cinéma égyptien disparu en 2008. Quelle liberté de ton et quelle vision ! Dix ans plus tard, ses propos sont d'une actualité encore plus forte. Bravo Monsieur Chahine !

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        • Un printemps en Méditerranée - Partie 2

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          Maroc, Egypte, Israël, Turquie, Albanie, Italie, Espagne. Un itinéraire autour de la Méditerranée à la rencontre de jeunes de 20 ans. Ce documentaire témoigne du quotidien et des défis, sociaux et politiques, auxquels fait face cette jeunesse à l’avant-garde du changement.

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          • Le Caire / discussion O&M

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            • Les enfants de Mahaba / Mat Jacob

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              Janvier 2011, L’Egypte ouvre une nouvelle page de son histoire. Un an plus tard, Mat Jacob interroge les enfants de l’école Mahaba dans le quartier des chiffonniers au Caire. Ils nous livrent leurs inquiétudes et leurs espoirs… Vidéo de 10 mn extraite de « Les enfants de Mahaba, La rêvolution des enfants du Caire », un webdocumentaire réalisé en octobre 2011 pour le compte de l’association ASMAE. L’intégralité sur : www.lesenfantsdemahaba.com

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              • Allez enseignez toutes les nations

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                Homélie messe de la promotion 2009 - Collège de la Sainte Famille (Jésuites) - Le Caire. par le P. Henri Boulad, sj

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                • Licid Baladi

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                  Vidéo numérique 9' sur la ville du Caire, Le Caire (Égypte). Une traversée du Caire: les superposition et accumulations d'éléments écrit, visuels et sonore donnent un point de vue hallucinatoire et subjectif de cette mégapole . 2002 voix: Eve Couturier son: Jean-Jacques Palix

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                  • Lesbian but Egyptian

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                    Amira (assumed name) is 20 years old student. She considers herself a "pangender" (not labeled herselvef as heterosexual or homosexual) but feels more attracted to women. Heba (assumed name), is 23 years old and work as an engineer. She identified her homosexuality since the age of 14 years. Amira and Heba are best friends but they’ve never been in a Relationship togheter. Both went through a phase of denial before accepting what they are. However, each has experienced problems among the Egyptian society and within their own families. Heba was pushed to see a psychiatrist in order to "cure" herself, Amira had to"prove" her mother that she was not gay because she (her mother) feared the look and criticism of the society. Afraid of being rejected, they must hide and lie while dreaming to live their sexuality freely. Homosexuality is perhaps one of the most sensitive and controversial issues in Arab countries. The homosexuality is seen there as a prohibited act, an immoral and indecent behavior that offends both Islamic and Christian religious standards. In 2000, Egyptian authorities have launched a crackdown against homosexuals by ordering raids on gay parties where participants were accused of "violating public rules and code of public morality, violating the teachings of religion, propagation of depraved ideas and moral perversion. While humanitarian organizations such as Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International have denounced the oppression on the gay community in Egypt, the Egyptian government and the law does not always recognize homosexual relationships. Over the past decade, homosexual were arrested for arranging appointments or discussions on online forums. But the problem is not only the Egyptian authorities. Indeed, lesbians face a rejection of their own family, society and therefore social life; only marriage and relationship between a man and a woman are accepted. However, despite their fears, homosexual life in the big cities of Egypt continues somehow and discreetly. A number of cafes and bars are frquented and known by the gay community. Social networks have improved communication between lesbians from Egypt, yet the subject remains taboo.

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                    • BIKE FOR BREAD - Trailer VOD

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                      de Raphaël Jochaud et Claude Marthaler, France/Suisse, 2013, 26', VO ar-fr-en/ST enAu début étaient le Nil et le verbe, puis vinrent le pain et la bicyclette. Depuis un bon demi-siècle, le Caire s'est inventé un insolite moyen de distribution du pain. Ses funambules à vélo surgissent comme des étoiles filantes, remontent en sens interdit les interminables files de voitures, glissent entre deux rangées de chaises d'un café puis disparaissent dans un bazar, tenant sur leur tête une planche de bois avec plusieurs centaines de galettes de pain et de l'autre leur guidon. L'avenir de ces figures familières du Caire reste pourtant tout aussi fragile que celui du Sphynx. Le cyclonaute Claude Marthaler s'est rendu sur place pour raconter la vie de l'un d'eux. by Raphaël Jochaud and Claude Marthaler, France/Switzerland, 2013, 26', Original in Arabic, French, and English; English subtitles for Arabic and French. In the beginning was the word, and the Nile, and then came bread and cycling. Over a solid half-century, Cairo has invented an unusual means of delivering bread. As if they were tightrope walkers, the city’s cyclists soar like shooting stars, zooming up one-way streets against endless lines of cars, slipping between the rows of chairs of a café, and disappearing into a bazaar. One hand serves to balance a wooden rack on their heads, bearing hundreds of rounds of bread, and the other rests on the handlebar. The future of these figures, so familiar in Cairo, remains nonetheless as precarious as that of the Sphinx. Cyclonaut, Claude Marthaler, went there in person to tell the life story of one of Cairo’s bread deliverymen.

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