El Gouna Festival will continue until October 31, in the presence of a large number of art stars from Egypt and the Arab world, including Ahmed El Sakka, Mohamed Henedy, Mohamed Ramadan, Khaled El Sawy, Khaled El Nabawy, Ashraf Zaki, Amr Saad, Samir Sabry, Hany Ramzy, Mohamed Farraj, Mahmoud El-Leithy, Hany Adel, Mohi Ismail, Sayed Ragab, Sherif Ramzy, Ahmed Rizk, Amr Youssef, Mohamed Al-Sharnoubi, Sabry Fawaz, Karim Qassem, Jamal Suleiman, Nicolas Moawad, Jamal Suleiman, Basil Al-Khayyat, Munzer Rayahneh, Ahmed Fathy, Muhammad Jumaa, Omar Al-Saeed.
A number of stars including Yusra, Laila Alawi, Nelly Karim, Menna Shalaby, Ilham Shaheen, Sawsan Badr, Rogina, Jumana Murad, Dora, Nisreen Tafesh, Hala Sedky, Sherine Reda, Salwa Khattab, Reham Abdel Ghafour, Jamila Awad, Amina Khalil, Yasmine Sabry, Naglaa Badr, Ghada Adel, Dina Al-Sherbini, Aisha bin Ahmed, Al-Khamisi’s meeting, Wafa Amer, Rania Youssef, Basma, Mai Selim, Mays Hamdan, Heba Magdy, Reem Mustafa, Rasha Mahdi, Iman Al-Assi, Enas El-Deghidi Anji Al-Muqaddam, Ayten Amer, Mirhan Hussain, Arwa Judeh.
Ahmed Daoud, Ola Rushdi, Ahmed Dash, Sahar Al-Sayegh, Omar Al-Shenawy, Muhammad Jumaa, Sarah Hanashi, Fatima Al-Nasser, Amira Al-Masry, Omar Al-Saeed, Hind Abdel Halim, Nardin Farag, Amr Abed, Nada Moussa, Nour Qadry, were also present. Abd al-Rahman al-Yamani, Ramez Amir, Ali al-Tayeb, Maryam al-Khasht, Mirna Nur al-Din, Muhammad Hatim, Anji Abaza, Salwa Muhammad Ali, Muhammad Tharwat, Reem Sami, Sarah Abdul Rahman, Muhammad Ali bin Juma, Reem bin Masoud, Maryam Farjani, Amira Seif, Ansa Abu Saif, Muhammad Mohsen, Hoda Al-Atribi, Khaled Anwar, Hoda Al-Mufti, Tharaa Jopel, Tara Emad, Basant Shawky, Mustafa Darwish, Karim Sami, Hassan Abu Al-Rous, Maysa Maghribi, Aseel Omran, Estefani Saliba, Samer Al-Masry, Firas Saeed, Lina Shamamian.
El Gouna is one of the leading festivals in the Middle East and North Africa. The El Gouna Film Festival aims to show a wide range of films for an audience passionate about cinema, and to promote communication between different cultures through the art of cinema.
It also aims to connect filmmakers from the region with their international counterparts, and the festival is committed to discovering new voices and strives to be a catalyst for the development of cinema in the Arab world.