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Mohamed Mamdouh Wins Best Actor at Malmo Arab Film Festival

The Malmo Film Festival is regarded as the widest and most influential Arab film festival in Europe.

Actor Mohamed Mamdouh won the Best Actor award for his role in the film ‘Abu Sadam’ during this year’s edition of the Malmo Arab Film Festival in Sweden.


This is not Mamdouh’s first win for the film, he also received the best actor award in last year’s edition of the Cairo Film Festival.


The festival’s 12th edition ran between May 4th and May 9th, and delivered amazing films from across the Arab world.

 

The Malmo Film Festival is regarded as the widest and most influential Arab film festival in Europe. Founded by Mohamed Keblawi in 2011, the film has seen many Egyptian successes over the years, including Ali Sobhi for his role in ‘Ali, The Goat and Ibrahim’ and Menna Shalaby for her performance in ‘Nawara’.