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Tamer Abdel Hamid is a founding member of the Syndicate of Independent Filmmakers and he is currently the head of the team of writers of Al Saba’ Sanaye’ TV drama, (2017). Abdel Hamid writing repertoire includes; Wintry Spring, that has been selected for the Official Competition at the Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival 2015, screened in more than 100 film festivals around the world and won 14 awards; Kilo 56 that received the award of the Organistaion Internationale de la Francophonie at the Dubai Film Connection (DFC) in 2012 and in the same year, Abdel Hamid published his novel Residency License for Muslims. As a director, Tamer Abdel Hamid directed the experimental short film Mid-life Crisis, in addition the short feature film Not Strange.

In 2015, Abdel Hamid conducted a script-writing workshop for the Jesuit theatre school. Back in 2006 and 2008, Abdel Hamid was the trainer and coordinator of the Filmmaking for Beginners Workshop conducted on the sidelines of the first and second editions of the Cairo Independent Film Festival, and in 2009, he conducted another Filmmaking for Beginners Workshop for Egyptians and refugees on the sidelines of the Cairo Refugee Film Festival. In the same year, Abdel Hamid conducted the Filmmaking Workshop at the Town House Gallery under the supervision of the Stranger Festival which is an annual festival held in Amsterdam. In 2013, he trained a group of beginners on filmmaking using mobile cameras during the workshop within the Downtown Contemporary Arts Festival (D-CAF), while in 2015, Abdel Hamid supervised the filmmaking workshops held on the sidelines of the Jesuit Film Festival in Cairo, Luxor, Minya and Qena, in addition to conducting a workshop in Assiut
Studio ZAT’s Workshops:
Shady Khalaf delivered three Acting Workshops and an Acting Workshop for Teenagers on July, 2016, on May, 2016, he delivered several classes as part of the Acting Workshop.