Sherif Arafa

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Sherif Arafa (Arabic: شرف عرفة‎) (born on December 25, 1960) is an Egyptian director, writer and producer. He graduated from the Higher Institute of Cinema in 1982.

Sharif Arafa participated in the making of many of the movies in the history of Egyptian cinema, such as Birds of the Dark, Mafia, Halim and Welad El Am. He produced several movies and television works such as Tamer we shawkeya and "Lahazat Harega" "Critical moments".

Awards[edit]

He received many awards during his career such as:

  • Awards for best director and best film of the Egyptian Culture Minister Farouk Hosni to play movies with adults, Terrorism and Kebab and The forgotten
  • Silver Award for best film festival in 1992 Milan African Film and film terrorism kebab
  • Bronze Award for best film festival in Venice in 1995 for "dark birds
  • Silver Award for best film festival in Milan in 1995 for "dark birds
  • The prize for best out of the festival's national cinema in 2007 for the film Halim.

Family[edit]

Both his father, Saad Arafa, and his older brother, Amr Arafa, are directors.

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