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Alexandria Mediterranean Countries Film Festival

33. Edition

where:Alessandria (Egitto)
when:October 7th - 12th, 2017
address:9 Oraby Street, Downtown Cairo
11111 Cairo (Cairo)
Egypt
tel:+20 25780042
email:alexandria.festival@yahoo.com
website:www.alexmcff.com
deadline:June 30th, 2017
entry form:Online Submission

Alexandria Mediterranean Countries International Film Festival is an annual event held in Alexandria, Egypt. It aims to disseminate film culture and the progress achieved in various branches of film art and to strength the relations among filmmakers throughout the world in general and Mediterranean countries in particular.
The Egyptian Association for Film Writers and Critics organizes the festival under the auspices of the Ministry of Culture, the Ministry of Information and Ministry of Tourism, in cooperation with the Alexandria Governorate in the Arab Republic of Egypt.
Alexandria Mediterranean Countries International Film Festival include the following sections:
Competitions
- Official Competition for Long Films of Mediterranean countries. Long narratives and Long documentaries are accepted.
- Short Film Competition of the Mediterranean countries. Short narratives and short documentaries are accepted.
- Arab Short Film Competition. Arab Short narratives and short documentaries are accepted.
- Mohammed Bayoumi Competition for Short films by Alexandrian Youth Filmmakers
- Egyptian panorama of long narrative films. This event is limited to the participation of Egyptian long narrative films.
- Out of Competition. This section focuses on feature films, from all countries of the world.

2016
  • Donkey flies by Marcello Fonte, Paolo Tripodi: Mediterranean Long Narratives Competition

  • Life in Riva by Lorenzo Giordano: Panorama

  • My name is Adil by Adil Azzab, Andrea Pellizzer, Magda Rezene: Mediterranean Long Narratives Competition - Best Arabic Film

2015
  • Our Quarantine by Peter Marcias: Mediterranean Long Narratives Competition - Opening film

  • Sworn Virgin by Laura Bispuri: Mediterranean Long Narratives Competition

2013
2005
  • THE IGUANA by Catherine Mc Gilvray: Panorama

  • LAND WIND by Vincenzo Marra: In competition

  • V-Max by Daniele Vicari: Panorama

2004