The Luxor African Film Festival (LAFF) is one of ISF’s projects. It was the writer Sayed Fouad’s idea, as the African films are almost not screened in Egypt. Furthermore, Luxor hardly has any cultural or artistic events, and was therefore selected to de-centralize cultural or artistic events always oraginzed in Cairo and Alexandria.
Though Luxor is the largest open-air museum in the world it was lacking artistic festivals. Its geographical position - in the very heart of Upper Egypt and hence closer to the rest of the African continent - gives the historic city a unique advantage .
In a glorious night at the Karnack temple, the sixth edition of Luxor African film festival has reached her final day with a big ceremony. The minister of antiquities , the governor of Luxor and the representative of the minister of culture attended the ceremony that started by honoring the Moroccan actor Mohamed Miftah and the Egyptian star Nelly Karim.
The festival president , scriptwriter Sayed fouad addressed a speech in which he hoped that the next edition will be under the a
Bio :Born in Cairo with a degree in Business Administration, Cairo University, 1988 and a degree from the High Institute of Cinema, Academy of Art, 1991.
Azza started as an actress and assistant editor, but then focused on directing.
She is a culture Activist working with NGO’s and cultural spaces, She is the director of the independent art season for four years and member of independent cultural coalition.
Azza is an expert in organizing and coordinating national and international events. Lately, she has been playing a leading role in El Fann Midan monthly cultural event and participated in many seminars represented the independent trend in art and culture.