Cairo Festival awards “Faten Hamama” award to Karim Abdel Aziz


The forty-third session of the festival will be held from November 26 to December 5.

Scriptwriter and producer Mohamed Hefzy, head of the festival, said in a statement: "The festival is always keen to honor the models that combine talent, the masses, and the giving of cinema in their careers, and this applies to the star Karim Abdel Aziz.".

He added that Abdel Aziz’s 20-year career is filled with comedy, action, thriller, horror and romance roles: "He succeeded in this ably and sometimes surprised us with his bold choices, and it is no coincidence that he is among the highest-earning stars in the history of Egyptian cinema.".

Abdel Aziz, who graduated from the Higher Institute of Cinema, belongs to an artistic family par excellence. He is the son of director Mohamed Abdel Aziz and participated during his childhood in some of his father’s films. His uncle is director Omar Abdel Aziz, head of the General Federation of Artistic Syndicates in Egypt.

Among his most famous films are (Haramiyya in Thailand), (The Pasha is a Student), (Abu Ali), (One of the People), (Outlaw), (Wlad Uncle), (The Blue Elephant) and (The Secret Men’s Club).

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Abdel Aziz, 46, previously received this award, which is presented to younger generations of artists, by a group of his generation, most notably Mona Zaki, Menna Shalaby and Ahmed Helmy.

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The forty-third session of the festival will be held from November 26 to December 5.

Scriptwriter and producer Mohamed Hefzy, head of the festival, said in a statement: “The festival is always keen to honor the models that combine talent, the masses, and giving to cinema, and this applies to star Karim Abdel Aziz.”

He added that Abdel Aziz’s 20-year career is full of comedy, action, excitement, horror and romance roles: “He succeeded in this ably and sometimes surprised us with his bold choices, and it is not a coincidence that he is among the highest-earning stars in the history of Egyptian cinema.”

Abdel Aziz, who graduated from the Higher Institute of Cinema, belongs to an artistic family par excellence. He is the son of director Mohamed Abdel Aziz and participated during his childhood in some of his father’s films. His uncle is director Omar Abdel Aziz, head of the General Federation of Artistic Syndicates in Egypt.

Among his most famous films are (Haramiyya in Thailand), (The Pasha is a Student), (Abu Ali), (One of the People), (Outlaw), (Wlad Uncle), (The Blue Elephant) and (The Secret Men’s Club).

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