Thursday June 26th from 6 to 9 pm
Friday June 27th from 3 to 11pm
In the Greek Club – Talaat Harb – Cairo.


Two days of Super 8 and 16mm screenings, performances and video installations to celebrate the end of Analogue Zone #3, showing the work of filmmakers and visual artists from Egypt, Germany, Greece, Brazil, and Columbia who have made films as part of Analogue Zone’s concluding workshop. Both events will contain panels and discussions with the participants, as well as guests from Berlin, Athens and Cairo.

14 artists and filmmakers participated in the current edition of the workshop, including: Sama Waly, Mayye Zayed, Sarah Rifky, Amr Wishahy, Maged Nader, Islam Safiyyudin, Gustavo Jahn, Melissa Dullius, Juan Gonzales, Anja Dornieden, Malak Helmy, Clara Bausch and Theofanis Dalezios.

Analogue Zone is a two year project exploring the art and practice of Super 8 and 16mm filmmaking. The current workshop is mentored by the filmmaker and producer Michel Balagué (LaborBerlin, Germany) and Islam El Azzazi (filmmaker, Egypt). It has been organized as a partnership between Cimatheque – Alternative Film Centre (Egypt), the European analogue laboratories LaborBerlin (Germany) and LabA (Greece) and is funded by the European Cultural Foundation, the Goethe Institut-Cairo, and the Berlin Senate.

LaborBerlin CairoPhoto: Ziad Tareq Hassan