Mini Bio (1)
His award winning short film "The Decision," was to be the main product of his time in New York. But following September 11, 2001, he shifted his attention to a documentary about Egyptians living in the city, "Everything Is Gonna Be Alright!". After being screened in New York, Atlanta, Washington DC, San Francisco, and Minneapolis, as well as in Cairo, Beirut and Amsterdam, his doc won the prestigious State Encouragement Award in 2004.
Since returning to his native Cairo in 2002, Tamer has opened a production house in Cairo. He has directed and produced documentaries & Channel identities for Orbit Satellite Network , Dream TV, Aljazeera & Aljazeera Children. His film "The Place I Call Home" was officially selected in more than 13 festivals and received 4 awards and was dubbed as 'Unforgettable' in Egyptian newspapers. Recently, Tamer Ezzat has finished his writing and directorial debut, "The Ring Road," which premiered at the Cairo International Film Festival 2010. Currently in 2011, Ezzat is directing a doc about the Egyptian revolution.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Tamer Ezzat