Ahmad Al Fishawy and Sherine Reda Star in a New Thriller
tProductions Completed the Editing Phase of Out of Order before Theatrical Release by the End of this Month
tProductions has completed the editing phase of the new thriller Out of Order. Starring Ahmad Al Fishawy and Shereen Reda, the film is slated to hit theatres by the end of February, 2015. The film is a fruitful collaboration between Director Mahmoud Kamel and celebrated Arturo Smith in his capacity as the film's cinematographer.
Out of Order is a psychological thriller, which takes its viewers into a new level of unusualness by depicting a dark and twisted relationship between two different people; Saeed (Al Fishawy), a hustler leading a miserable life almost like a tramp, and Hoda (Shereen), a woman living alone and all she does in her life is watching.
Produced by tProductions in collaboration with Crystal Dog of Ahmad Al Fishawy, Out of Order is written by Omar Sami and is scheduled to release across Egyptian theatres by the end of this month through Dollar Film.
In Out of Order, Director Mahmoud Kamel collaborated with Venezuelan/British Cinematographer Arturo Smith, who owns an extensive repertoire having worked in numerous feature films, documentaries and short films. He received several awards from prestigious international film festivals including Berlin International Film Festival, Venice Film Festival, Munich Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival and other top-notch film events.
Graduated from the High Cinema Institute, Mahmoud Kamel won a scholarship to Italy to study filmmaking and visual effects, finally returning to his homeland, Egypt, where he directed a number of film hits including Mekano, Adrenaline, Adam's Village, Midnight Party and the TV series The Blind Cat.
tProductions was founded in Dubai in 2012 by Egyptian Producer Taymour Al-Aasar. It quickly gained great reputation and expanded to Cairo, Egypt in 2013. The main scope of work of tProductions is high-end and top quality production works on the regional and international levels.