The line-up included Tunisian-French documentary 'I Bite My Tongue' directed by Nina Khada and Venezuelan film 'The Red Vortex' directed by Lorena Colmenares.
Cairo International Film Festival screened a series of short films as part of its Cinema of Tomorrow competition on Monday at Cairo Opera House’s Al-Hanager Theatre.
The line-up included Tunisian-French documentary I Bite My Tongue directed by Nina Khada, Venezuelan film The Red Vortex directed by Lorena Colmenares, documentary So We Wait directed by Ji Yun Park, from the Kingdom United and South Korea.
Egyptian short film Sunday at Five directed by Sherif El-Bendary was shown in its first screening in the Middle East and North Africa.
The festival also screened Egyptian film Wahda Keda, directed by Marwan Nabil and American film Nomadland in its first screening in the region.
Meanwhile, Egyptian film Curfew directed by Amir Ramses will also be shown today at the WE Theater. The film is part of the festival’s international competition.
The 42nd edition of the film festival currently underway and will take place until December 10.