Ahmed El-Fishawy reveals to “Al-Ain News” the nature of his relationship with Muhammad Ramadan

Ahmed El-Fishawy reveals to “Al-Ain News” the nature of his relationship with Muhammad Ramadan
Ahmed El-Fishawy reveals to “Al-Ain News” the nature of his relationship with Muhammad Ramadan

After a dispute that lasted for several months between Mohamed Ramadan, nicknamed “The Legend”, and his compatriot Ahmed El-Fishawy over the title “Number One” on the art scene in Egypt, the duo met on the sidelines of the El Gouna Film Festival in its fifth session, and held a reconciliation session.

Al-Fishawi said, in an exclusive statement to “Al-Ain Al-Akhbar”: “I love Muhammad Ramadan and I have never quarreled with him,” but he did not address the dispute between them, which has been on social media over the past months.

Mohamed Ramadan participated in the opening ceremony of the fifth session of the El Gouna Festival, which started last Thursday, and presented a song entitled “Joe of Girls”, while El-Fishawy showed the movie “Qamar 14” outside the official competition of the festival, with Khaled El-Nabawy, Sherine Reda and Ghada Adel participating with him.

In its new session, the festival will screen 37 feature films, 15 documentaries, 23 short films, in addition to 6 films within the special screening program.

Among the most prominent films participating in the festival are “Castle No. 6” by Finnish director Juho Kosmanen, “Waqi’ah” by French director Audrey Diwan, “One Second” by Chinese director Zhang Bemo, “Ali Your Voice” by Moroccan director Nabil Ayouch, and “Costa Brava” by Lebanese director Munia. mind.

The festival will screen 7 Egyptian films, including “Feathers” by Omar Al-Zuhairi, who won the Critics’ Week award at the Cannes Film Festival, “Princess” by Mohamed Diab, who won three awards from the Venice Festival, and “Moon 14” by Hadi El Bagoury.

 
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