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Grand Nile Tower’s Arts & Cultural Center Launches its Second Round

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Grand Nile Tower Arts & Cultural Center has kicked off last week for the second year in a row, the center aims to showcase a wide variety of artistic activities that will meet the expectations of diverse musical tastes through a range of partnerships and events.

This season, Grand Nile Tower Arts & Cultural Center is collaborating with the Sultan Qa’itbay Foundation, one of the Center’s initial partners, to hold a number events including concerts and art exhibitions at Maq’ad of Sultan Qa’itbay and the hotel’s headquarters. The Foundation will offer touristic tours for hotel guests characterized by a special adventure to Cairo’s old architectural milestones at East of Cairo.

“Grand Nile Tower Arts & Cultural Center celebrates culture and the arts by giving Egyptian talent the opportunity to express themselves and present their musical creations in an enchanting atmosphere, whether in the hotel or at the most famous historical locations,” said Andreas Boettger, General Manager of Grand Nile Tower.

“Through this Center, we seek to provide a unique artistic and cultural experience not only for hotel guests, but also for all those interested in culture and arts by collaborating with distinguished local partners and a group of promising musical talents in Egypt.” He added.

Ahmed Nazmy Playing some Jazz tunes

As part of the fruitful success of Grand Nile Tower Arts & Cultural Center and the first Manial Palace Classical Music Festival, the Center and the festival are collaborating to launch the second round that will be held from October 28th till November er 9th  with the sponsorship of  Grand Nile Tower.

The Festival’s program ranges between classical European, East Asian and Oriental music to new musical collaborations.

This season of the Grand Nile Tower Arts & Cultural Center has a lot in store for guests, including weekly concerts that will begin by mid-October in collaboration with the organizing partner Out Loud.

This partnership aims at offering a monthly program of concerts in prime locations inside the hotel that allow attendees to enjoy the charming location and atmosphere during the concert.

The Grand Nile Tower Arts & Cultural Center was launched in 2018 as part of the hotel’s corporate social responsibility initiatives, offering independent artists and young talent the opportunity to perform in a reputable venue.

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Disney Reveals New Photos of The Lion King Cast

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Disney has released the official cast photos for the upcoming remake of The Lion King with the cast members standing opposite their CGI animal counterparts.

The seven cast photos show Donald Glover with Simba, Beyoncé Knowles-Carter with Nala, John Oliver, Seth Rogen and Billy Eichner with Zazu, Pumbaa and Timon.

Chiwetel Ejiofor with Scar, Alfre Woodard with Sarabi, Eric André, Florence Kasumba and Keegan-Michael Key with the hyenas Azizi, Shenzi and Kamari, and Shahadi Wright Joseph and JD McCrary with Young Nala and Young Simba.

The only major actors not included in the photos are James Earl Jones reprising his famous role of Mufasa and John Kani as Rafiki.

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The movie is based on the iconic 1994 Disney animated film but this time, director Jon Favreau is using a cutting-edge technology in presenting the characters which means the African animals will look very realistic. It has been indeed apparent since the release of the trailer that we are most likely to forget that the remake is mostly animated.

Click on the link to go behind the scenes and watch the new making-of video that features Jon Favreau, Donald Glover in addition to a number of new footage!

 

 

 

 

 

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Capernaum: A Must Watch Movie Now in Cinemas

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Ever since its premiered at Cannes last May, the heart-wrenching story from the direction of Nadine Labaki, has been wining prizes and awards, and was even nominated for an Oscar.

The story revolves around a Beirut street kid who runs away from his abusive and unhappy home, and then befriend an Ethiopian woman who works as a cleaning lady without legal papers. She gives him a place to stay in, while he, in return, takes care of her baby while she’s at work.

One day, the woman gets caught, and he once again goes back to the streets, but this time, with the lady’s baby at his care. The boy then, starts getting confronted by some horrific choices.

The boy turns rebellious and files a suit against his parents; for bringing him to such an agonizing and unfair world.

The movie is staring Zain al Rafeea, Yordanos Shiferaw, Kawsar Al Haddad among others.

American presenter Oprah Winfrey who is also a voting member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, exclaimed that “Capernaum” is a must-see movie.

The movie screened for the first time in Egypt last Wednesday, on the 20th of March at Zawya cinema, also screening in Renaissance and Zamalek cinemas.

The movie is definitely heartbreaking, with a bit of button-pushing melodrama happening, but the emotional power and force of the movie makes it up for any flaw. The scenes of the boy and the baby was remarkably performed and very well directed. Furthermore, the idea that the movie is discussing is itself very impressive, and it shows what poverty and desperation mean, and what humanity and love look like.

 

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