Asmaa (2011)
Asmaa tells the story of an HIV positive woman who has been living in secrecy and shame, hiding the truth about her disease from not only her neighbors & co-workers but also her very own daughter that she has raised alone since the death of her husband. She must choose between exposing her secret or continue to suffer in silence; ultimately a choice between social and psychological suicide or a slow physical death. The Film embodies her suffering in facing the society with her disease.

Genre: Drama
Starring: HendSabry, Maged Al Kedwany, Hani Adel
Written and Directed by: Amr Salama
Produced by: Film Clinic, New Century Production
- Zurich Film Festival
- BFI London International Film Festival
- Palm Springs Festival in California
- Evolution Mallorca International Film Festival
- Arab Film Festival Australia
- San Diego Arab Film Festival
- Karama Human Rights Film Festival in Jordan
- Alwan Film Festival in New York
- Best Arab Director and Best Actor at the Abu Dhabi Film Festival
- Best Film Award at International Tamil Film Festival in Berlin
- Certificate of Appreciation at Oran Arab Film Festival
- Critics Award for Best Arab Film at Muscat Film Festival
- Best Director and Best Actress at Peace Film Festival in Hollywood
- Golden Prize at the Oriental Film Festival of Geneva
- Women's Cinema award at the Mon's International Love Film Festival in Belgium
- Audience award at Fribourg International Film Festival
- Five awards at Egyptian Cinema Film Association Festival; Best Actress, Best Screenplay, Best Cinematography, Special award from the Members of the Association - Special Award for the Best and Second Best Films, Special Director Award
- Three awards at Egyptian Catholic Center Cinema Festival: Best Film, Best Actress, Best Screenplay, in addition to two certificates of appreciation to actor Al - Kedwany and DOP Ahmed Gabr
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