Continuing Its Commercial Tour in the Arab World
Mohamed Khan's Before the Summer Crowds Hits Tunisian Theatres
After a successful release in Egyptian and Iraqi theatres, Mohamed Khan's feature film Before the Summer Crowds continues its commercial run across the Arab world countries. MAD Solutions revealed that the film will be released in Tunisian theatres starting Wednesday, the 11th of May. This plan is set to expand for a wider theatrical release across further Arab countries, the list of which will be revealed on a later date.
Last April, Before the Summer Crowds hit the Egyptian theatres as the starting point of its commercial tour through the Arab world. This was followed by the film's release in Iraqi theatres in Baghdad and Erbil on the 5th of May.
Before the Summer Crowds is co-written by Ghada Shahbandar and Nura El Sheikh, who also participated in the screenwriting. The film stars Maged El Kedwany, Hana Shiha, Ahmed Dawood, Lana Mushtaq and Hany El Metennawy. Set in a seaside resort, the film tracks a group of people who meet each other by the beginning of summer season.
The film has been released in Egyptian theaters on Wednesday, April 13th. In December 2015, director Mohamed Khan's film Before the Summer Crowds landed its world premiere at the heart of the 12th Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF) where it was selected to compete in the Muhr Feature Films Competition. In March, Before the Summer Crowds was selected for the closing night screening by the 5th Luxor African Film Festival competing within the Long Narrative Films competition.
The film is co-produced by five production houses, Middle West Films, Film Clinic, The Producers, Wika for Film Production and Distribution and MAD Solutions, which will take charge of the film's international distribution through its distribution arm: MAD Distribution.
Screening Avenues of Before the Summer Crowds in Tunisia:
CinÃ© Madart in Carthage, CinÃ©ma Amilcar in Manar, Le Majestic - Espace Culturel in Bizerte and CinÃ©ma MÃ©tropole at CinÃ© Club Menzel Bourguiba.