Tahrir 2011:
The Good, the Bad and the Politician (2011)

When Egyptians woke up on January 25th 2011, they never expected the one day demonstration planned for that public holiday to evolve into a full out revolution in hopes of overthrowing the regime's 30-year long grip on power. For the following 18 days, the world watched as millions of Egyptians demonstrated all over the country calling for an end to injustice, poverty, and corruption. This movement was led by several inspirational and influential young individuals who galvanized support for the movement through the media and social networks. Among them, three talented young directors decided to tell the yet unfinished story of the revolution from their own unique cinematic point of view, focusing on the protestors, the police force, and the former President Hosni Mubarak. Their focus was never about the politics, but the personal experiences of a handful of individuals whose choices would determine their fate and forever change the future of their country.

Genre: Documentary
Written and Directed by: Tamer Ezzat, Ayten Amin, Amr Salama
Producer: Film Clinic, Amana Creative, WDR (with Abdel Asiem Al Dafrawi)
- World Premiere at Venice Film Festival
- Toronto International Film Festival
- Karama Human Rights Film Festival in Jordan
- BFI London Film Festival
- ANA Contemporary Arab Cinema Series in New York
- Tromsø International Film Festival in Norway
- International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam
- Best Producer Award from the Arab World at Abu Dhabi Film Festival
- UNESCO CICT-IFTC Award at Venice Film Festival
- Best Film Award at Oslo International Film Festival
- Best Film Award at Docu-Days Film Festival in Beirut
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