Kulturárium, Amnesty International Brno, and Egyptian Front For Human Rights organize an evening screening of the Egyptian documentary named ‘The Square’. Photo: Amnesty International Brno

Released in 2013, the film was nominated for the Oscar Awards (Best Documentary Feature) and won 3 Emmy Awards.

The film tells the story of Egyptian crisis that began in 2011 with demonstrations in Tahrir Square in Cairo and maps the Muslim Brotherhood gaining power.

The Tahrir square was a place of many demonstrations at the time and became the symbol of the revolution.

What is the situation in Egypt after 2013? This question and many others will be answered during a discussion with Egyptian activist Kareem Taha who took part in the demonstrations.

The film will be screened in Arabic, with both Czech and English subtitles.

The entry is free of charge.

You can find more information about the screening and the organizers on this link.

When: Thursday, January 25, 7 pm – 10 pm
Where: Kulturárium (Janáčkovo náměstí 2a, 60200, Brno)

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