British Film Institute, 2002 M01 26 - 240 pages
A discussion of the frequently controversial film maker Youssef Chahine. The book aims to illuminate Chahine's work in the context of modern Egyptian culture and its tumultuous post-war history and how such films as Cairo Station (1958) dramatized the dilemmas of ordinary Egyptians.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
The Formative Years
Z Chronicle of Chahines Career and its Context
7 other sections not shown
Abu Seif Abu Shadi Abu Swaylim actor Adieu Bonaparte Ahmad al-sinema Alexandria Algerian Arab cinema Arab world artist audiences Bahiyya brother Cairo Station camera career Cast Chahine film Chahine's characters Colour cultural dance depicted dialogue Editing Egypt Egyptian cinema Egyptian film Egyptian society Egyptian Story Emigrant eyes Faten Hamama father Fatma film director Film Festival film-makers film's foreign France French friends genres Hannouma Hind Rustum Hollywood Humbert Balsan Ibid Ibn Rushd Ibrahim Jamila Kinawi Laila Lebanon Mahmoud married minutes Misr International Films mother Muhammad Music Muslim Na'ila Nadia Naguib Mahfouz Nasser Nile novel Omar Sharif Personal communication Photography play political Prodigal Production Qadri Ra'ouf Rashida Abdel Salam Revolution Saladin Salah Samir Farid says Sayyid scene screen Screenplay Sharif Shaykh shot singing social song Sparrow star Tawfiq tells theatre Third Cinema tion Tulba viewer Wahbi wants woman Yahia young Yousry Nasrallah Youssef Chahine