- Mahmoud Antar
- Hussein Emam
- Tarek Mokhtar
|Written and directed by||Ahmed Elghoneimy|
|Sound Design||Sara Kaddouri|
|Assistant Director||Muhammad Mustapha|
|Production Manager||Ahmed Elghoneimy|
|Executive Producer||Ahmed Elghoneimy|
Ahmed Elghoneimy, born in 1986 in Alexandria, Egypt, is a filmmaker and artist currently living between Alexandria and Cairo. His work revolves around interpersonal tensions between the different protagonists presented in his films, such as sons and fathers (Tripoli Tide, 2018), victims and perpetrators (Bahari, 2011), bullies and friends (The Cave, 2013). Alternating between fiction and documentary, his films take no heed of a narrative arc culminating in a dramatic climax, but rather follow associations and use moments of collision as an opportunity to investigate notions like victimhood, power, and masculinity.
2011 Bahari; 13 min. 2013 Al-Kahf (The Cave); 24 min. 2017 H’agtein Talata Naseit Akolhomlak (Two or Three Things I Forgot to Tell You); 12 min. 2018 Gazr Trablos (Tripoli Tide); 16 min. 2020 Al-Maw’oud (The Promised); 19 min.
Bio- & filmography as of Berlinale 2020