The shooting of the film was finished before the pandemic and the shutdown of theatres.
Egyptian horror-thriller film Ammar has entered the post-production phase after pausing due to the Covid-19 crisis.
The shooting of the film was finished before the pandemic and the shutdown of theatres. The film is now set to release in theatres soon.
The film revolves around an unfortunate family, a couple with three children, who move to the Gharibs’ Castle. Their excitement soon wears off when the house swallows them one after the other, taking them to a horrifying world of past crimes that took place between its walls.
Directed by Mahmoud Kamel and co-written by Ahmed Al-Dahan and Haitham Al-Dahan, Ammar stars Sherif Salama and Eman El Assi. The film is produced by Nilewood and distributed in the Arab world by MAD Solutions.
Ammar marks the second collaboration between director Mahmoud Kamel and actor Sherif Salama after Al Seham Al Mariqa TV series. It also marks Salama’s and actress Eman El Assi’s second collaboration after Maklab Haramiya.