Kiss Me Not Screens at Darb 1718 Next Sunday
Coinciding with its participation in the Shaghai International Film Festival in China, Kiss Me Not will screen at Darb 1718 on Sunday, June 24th, at the Center's headquarters in Old Cairo.
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Darb 1718 is an Egyptian non-profit organization founded in 2008. Its facilities include a variety
of indoor and outdoor spaces that host different art mediums and cultural events. The center provides workshops, programmes and initiatives to educate and mentor emerging artists and offers them a
space to exhibit their work alongside established artists. Darb 1718 is an art center and gathering point for all art events in Egypt.
Kiss Me Not landed its world premiere at the 14th edition of the Dubai International Film Festival
(DIFF) as part of the Arabian Nights programme, in addition to receiving a Special Mention at the 1st Jounieh International Film Festival, and screened at the closing of Aswan International Film Festival
and screened at the Tripoli Film Festival and Miami Film Festival. Kiss Me Not was released at Metropolis Cinema in Lebanon.
Written and directed by Ahmed Amer, Kiss Me Not follows a young and ambitious Egyptian director
who faces issues while shooting a kissing scene in his new film with the leading actress who decides
to pursue a more religious path.
Kiss Me Not stars Yasmin Raeis, Mohamed Mahran, Salwa Mohamed Ali and Aida Riad with guest
stars actress Sawsan Badr, late director Mohamed Khan and director Khairy Beshara. The film is co-produced by Middlewest Films, WIKA for Film Production and Distribution and MAD Solutions, and distributed by MAD Distribution.