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HASSAN AMIN



Hassan Amin is an Egyptian photographer who studies photography at the Higher Institute of Cinema in Egypt. He is the official photographer of most of Egypt’s film festivals (Cairo International Film Festival, El Gouna Festival, Alexandria Film Festival, Ismailia Film Festival and Luxor Film Festival). , Luxor Festival of European Cinema). He has filmed a short film: Min Al Li Bakhtar 2016 Participated in the filming of the short film: Marcheider which participated in the Dubai Film Festival 2017. He has worked as a photographer in several feature films (Nawara - 2015, Maulana 2016, 2016 original 2017 2017 dust and 2018) and documentary (Jay 2015, 2016, May - 2016) He has also worked in several short documentaries for a number of civil society organizations (Plan International & Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit He has documented many activities of international organizations such as UNWOMEN, British Council, US Embassy in Cairo, Turkish Embassy He worked as a photographer for the World TripAdvisor in Egypt and the Middle East from 2015 to 2016 Volunteered with the Action for Hope initiative, which teaches photography for children and young people (especially in poor, marginalized and stricken areas and refugee camps since 2013) He was born in 1986, studied genetics at Ain Shams University and graduated in 2007 with a very good grade with honors. He worked for 5 years in the field of information technology and communications. He has participated in several exhibitions in Egypt, Canada, Ecuador, Lebanon and Turkey. He taught documentation using photography in the Arabesque student activity at Ain Shams University College and for the CIC students. He won the “Arab Eye” competition, organized by BBC Arabic, and won the CNN iReport Award for best illustrated expert report in 2013 (the only Egyptian and Arab to receive the award) His works have been printed in more than one book locally and internationally. Among them are the “Freedom Walls”, which is the most important of the references to the Egyptian revolutionaries. His story “Ayman” was translated into English and translated into a theatrical work. In a story set of the same name “Ayman” in August 2014