Previously at the ICA - Films
27 Mar 2015
The film will be introduced by Kodwo Eshun.
Lebanese director Rania Stephan’s found-footage essay film explores the life and work of Souad Hosni, the most important actress in post-independence Egyptian cinema, who committed suicide in an Edgware Road flat in the early 2000s.
Stephan compiled the film from over 60 VHS tapes of Hosni’s films to create a complex meditation on national cinema, celebrity and genre.
3-5 Screenings: Full price tickets £9 each
6-8 Screenings: Full price tickets £8 each
The Three Disappearances of Souad Hosni, dir. Rania Stephan, Lebanon 2011, 70 mins.
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