Tamer El Said

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Tamer El Said is an independent Egyptian filmmaker, writer and producer. El Said studied journalism at Cairo University and Film Directing at the High Institute of Cinema graduating in 1998 with honorable mention, and received his diploma in 2002. El Said worked as first assistant director on some of Egypt's bigger feature films, directed ... See full bio »
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(2005)
55 esaaf Actor
(2001)
The Cave Producer
(2013)

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 2009 Heliopolis
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 2008 Eye of the Sun
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 2001 55 esaaf
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 2008 Eye of the Sun (screenplay)
 2005 Youm El-Ethneen (Short)
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 2016 In the Last Days of the City (producer)
 2013/III The Cave (Short) (producer)
 2012 Al Alamayn (Short) (executive producer)
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 2005 Youm El-Ethneen (Short)
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 2013 My Love Awaits Me by the Sea (Documentary) (special thanks)
 2013 The Square (Documentary) (the producers wish to thank)
 2010 Maydoum (Short) (thanks)
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 2019 Tamer El Said: An IU Cinema Exclusive (Short)
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I am making this film out of love for my city and because I want to show its contradictions - its rising violence and invisible magic, and the story of our silence as we watch our cities being conquered by oppression, ignorance and extremism. In Cairo, like in every other city in the Middle East, there is the feeling that we can't keep going like this - the end is near, and it might be violent. ... See more »

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