The Square follows a variety of revolutionaries as they take to Cairo’s Tahrir Square from 2011 to 2013 to protest the rule of Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak, then the military, and finally the newly elected president Mohamed Morsi. Jehane Noujaim’s documentary charts the rebellious efforts of three friends: twentysomething Ahmed Hassan, who preaches social unity and freedom; Kite Runner actor Khalid Abdalla, who advocates reshaping the underlying government apparatus; and Magdy Ashour, whose allegiance to the Muslim Brotherhood is complicated by his support for rule of law.
Winner: Audience Award for World Cinema Documentary, Sundance Film Festival
Winner: Audience Award, Toronto International Film Festival Tickets must be bought in advance as it will only be screened once. For more information and to book tickets go to . . . https://jdiff.ticketsolve.com/shows/873508576/events
Our meeting point will be at the bar area on the 1st floor of the cinema, and will confirm closer to the event . . .