Previously at the ICA - Films
20 Sep 2014
Part of a new generation of inspiring filmmakers is Nadine Khan whose evocative debut film Chaos, Disorder captures the spirit of an ever-evolving Egypt. Set in a poor Cairo neighbourhood, Manal, Zaki, and Mounir, all in their twenties, live in a chaos-filled community next to a garbage dump where their basic needs are barely met. Beneath the disorder in their society is a layer of troubled relationships, decaying love and a feverish competition between Zaki and Mounir to woo Manal. The film was the winner of the Muhr Arab Feature Competition at Dubai International Film Festival.
Followed by a post-screening Q&A with the director Nadine Khan.
Presented in partnership with Dubai International Film Festival – official programming partner
Egypt | 2012| Dir: Nadine Khan | 76 mins | Cert: 15| UK PREMIERE