Sayed Fouad: We build a bridge between Luxor and Qena for artistic and cultural convergence
The technical forum of university youths, an extension of the Luxor African Film Festival
The South Valley University in Qena Governorate held a huge celebration, hosted by the youth of the technical forum, in the honor of the star Elham Shaheen, in the presence of Sayed Fouad, President of LAFF, hosted by the President of South Valley University, Professor Youssef El-Gharabawy, the Vice President of the University and the university deans.
The artist Elham Shaheen gave a speech in which she thanked the Governor of Qena, the President of the University and the audience.
She praised the talents of the ceremony and invited the channels and talent discovery shows to come to Upper Egypt to help uncover the young talents it contains, and expressed her admiration for the singing voice of the young singer who performed "Mestanyak" by Aziza Galal at the ceremony
She also gave a motivational speech to the university youth saying, "You are the future of the country and the future of the art. Work hard towards success. It only comes with hard work and sweat."
She then invited the attendees to come to Luxor and attend the festival screenings.
In the context of paying tribute to the star Elham Shaheen, the Vice President of the University handed her the trophy, and the university paid tribute to screenwriter Sayed Fouad and awarded him a trophy.
The Media University also paid tribute to Boosy Shalaby
Then the festival president gave a speech, and after thanking the governor, the president of the university and the public, he stated that the Luxor African Film Festival has extended to Qena, and it will host many masterclasses and symposiums, and he invited the audience to attend and enjoy them.
The star Elham Shaheen participated in LAFF with her film "A Day for Women", which won many awards and was screened as part of the section that celebrates the International Women's Day.