The workshop revolves around training Luxor youth who love to practice Acting through a specialized training program that helps young people develop their Acting tools. A group of trainees interested in Film Acting will be selected for five days within the festival activities.
The aim of the workshop is to create a generation of young people in Luxor who will be trained on Film Acting, which giving youth in Luxor the chance to think about making films with their fellow filmmakers, in order to create a state of cinematic cultural atmosphere matching the general mood of LAFF.
Graduated from the Higher Institute of Theatrical Arts in 1978. Mohsen made many works including the documentary film "Iglika" which won a prize at Ismailia Film Festival and the documentary "Gardens of Satan" which won the Catholic Center Award. He also won the Saad Nadim Prize for First Film and the Cairo International Film Festival Prize for his fim "Man and the Mouse" in 2003. He represented Egypt at l’Institut du monde arabe in Paris with his film "Iglika" and won a prize at the International Festival of Children's Cinema for his film “Wak Wak”. Mohsen is one of the first trainees on the Acting Training Techniques since 1980 and he works as an Acting trainer since 2010. He participated in many works since 1980, such as "Do not ask me who I am", "The Maid", "The Mill", "The Lost Paradise", "Wounds of The Past". And recently he participated in the TV series "El Mizan", "Nesr El Saed", "Adly Allam’s Ghosts", "Sunset Oasis", "Omar's Law", "Abu Omar Al-Masry" and "Orchidia" by Hatem Ali.