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About Tamer

I am filmmaker with a long and diverse experience in media. I have worked as an editor, producer and a director for long and short formats, for both narratives and documentaries. My work was recognized and shown in film festivals around the world including New York Film Festival, Venice, Toronto, London, Leipzig, Dubai, Abu Dhabi; only to name a few.

I am also frequently hired as a film consultant to help professional directors and producers successfully achieve their vision for specific projects.

I a looking for creative collaborators. A screenwriter with passion to make a short or a low budget feature. I love comedy, drama and thrillers and anything else that arouses the imagination. I have my own equipment and would like to find "the" script.


  • Sexual Harassment in Egypt

    Sexual Harassment in Egypt (2013)
    Film (short) by Tamer Ashry (Documentary) Producer We take a closer look at the causes and consequences of sexual harassment and try to understand the mindset of the harasser and what motivates them. Men often find it difficult to understand how the fear of sexual harassment impacts the daily lives of Egyptian women and so we undertake an exercise in empathy by sending a young man onto the street dressed as a women. His brief glimpse of Cairo's streets from a woman's perspective is revealing of the constant state of siege that millions of women experience every day. Written by Tamer Ashry

  • Tahrir 2011

    Tahrir 2011 (2011)
    Film by Tamer Ezzat (Documentary) Director Months after Hosni Mubarak stepped down, Egyptians country-wide seem determined to maintain the insurgency until their demands are met. It is therefore too premature to expect filmmakers to imagine fictions that convey the unimaginable experience of the uprising. A different predicament hangs over documentary cinema, and Tahrir 2011 is a laudable attempt to steer away from reportage and reflect on what historians will index as the first chapter of the uprising. Structured in three chapters, the film playfully debunks misconceptions and stereotypes. Written by TIFF

  • The Smallest Red Carpet, But the Biggest Heart

    The Smallest Red Carpet, But the Biggest Heart (2011)
    Film (short) by Helene Eggen (Documentary) Archive footage

  • The Ring Road (Al-Tareek Al-Da'ery)

    The Ring Road (Al-Tareek Al-Da'ery) (2010)
    Film by Tamer Ezzat (Drama, Mystery and Thriller) Editor, Director, Writer In a country where corruption has reached epidemic levels, an investigative journalist tries to reveal the corruption of a medical mogul whose corruption caused the death of dozens without blame. Essam has a daughter who has kidney failure and has been affected by the filters made by this mogul's factory. On another front, Essam is in a stale marriage caused by the daughter's sickness and finds himself lured by an attractive seductress. Things become more complicated when the daughter's sickness becomes fatal and he can't cover the expenses of the transplant. Essam is faced with a deep moral question.should he become corrupt himself in order to save his daughter's life? and how can he save his marriage and reputation along the way? Written by Anonymous

  • (The Traveler) - Al Mosafer

    (The Traveler) - Al Mosafer (2009)
    Film by Ahmed Maher (Drama) Editor Three days in a man's life, three crucial days in his long existence. Day one. Autumn 1948, Port Said. It is Hassan's first day at work but a telegram arrives and he has to set sail across the Atlantic. On the ship he meets the beautiful Nura: It is love at first sight for them both and it will be consummated that very day, also because of the arrival of the man Nura has already promised to marry. Day two. Autumn 1973. Alexandria of Egypt. Hassan is in the city to meet Nadia, Nura's daughter, at the deathbed of her twin brother. From what the children say, Hassan is led to believe he is Nadia's father. Day three. Autumn 2001, Cairo. Hassan is in the city to meet Alì, Nadia's son. They begin seeing one another and Hassan observes numerous similarities with the boy... Written by Anonymous

  • The Place I Call Home (Makan Esmo el Watan)

    The Place I Call Home (Makan Esmo el Watan) (2006)
    Video by Tamer Ezzat (Documentary, Drama and Family) Director, Producer, Editor This film is about four young Egyptians who take a journey on different paths to find the place they can each call "Home." For some the answer is immigration and for others the answer is right around them.

  • Silence... We're Rolling

    Silence... We're Rolling (2001)
    Film by Youssef Chahine (Comedy, Drama, Musical and Romance) Editor Drama about Malak, a rich and famous singing star who, when her husband leaves her, takes up with the younger, handsome Lamei. What Malak can't see - but her family can - is that Lamei is only after her money.

  • The City (El Medina)

    The City (El Medina) (1999)
    Film by Yousry Nasrallah (Drama) Editor A young Egyptian with acting ambitions leaves his country for France with dreams of becoming a movie star, much to the disgust of his father, who wants him to move to Saudi Arabia and get rich.

  • On Boys, Girls and The Veil (Sobyan wa banat)

    On Boys, Girls and The Veil (Sobyan wa banat) (1995)
    Film by Yousry Nasrallah (Documentary) Editor A documentary which depicts the life of Bassem Samra and his friends and family. The film discusses issues concerning love and the veil.


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