'Rat Hole', which is written, produced, and directed by Mohamed El Samman, will compete in the Egyptian Feature Film competition of the festival.
Egyptian film Rat Hole, directed by Mohamed El-Samman, will have its world premiere at Cinema Tulip on March 9 at 6 PM during the activities of the seventh edition of the Aswan International Women Film Festival, which runs until March 10.
This year, 61 films from 37 countries are participating in the six competitions, including a short film contest and one exclusively for Egyptian-made films.
Rat Hole — a film that exposes the dark secrets of some Egyptian non-governmental organisations, will be competing in the festival’s Official Competition.
The film follows a female telemarketer for a non-profit organisation who tries to convince people to make financial contributions. In order to assist her family, she is forced to violate her principles and act in a manner that exposes the seedy underbelly of the NGO in which she is employed.
Rat Hole, which is written, produced, and directed by Mohamed El Samman, will compete in the Egyptian Feature Film Competition of the festival. The film stars Rana Khattab, who worked as a radio presenter on Nogoum FM and appeared in a number of works, Mohamed Yorka, Kamal El-Asnawy, and Hanan Helmy. MAD Solutions is also managing the film’s worldwide distribution.