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  • Wed 18 Dec

    6th Egyptian Human Rights Film Festival @ Ibn Khaldun Center for Development Studies

    The Ibn Khaldun Center for Development Studies hosts the 6th Human Rights Film Festival, bringing together together producers of short films and public activists in the field of human rights. Admission is free. For more information call 02-25081030 or 02-26670974.

    5:00pm – Journey To The Wall
    5:10pm – Another Valley
    5:25pm – Rabaa Protest
    5:40pm – 3 Shubra Street
    5:55pm - How To Make A Revolution
    7:15pm – Shadow of Man
    8:30pm – The Road To Tahrir Square
    8:50pm - Shabab El Tagdeed Fel Wady El Gdeed

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