by Mohamed Siam
Documentary, 2017 , 1h 23min

Amal, an angry teenager, comes of age in post-revolution Egypt, undergoing tremendous change. Over four years, Amal grows up from childhood to adulthood in an extraordinary context of upheaval and violence.

​With the support of:

- International Media Support - production grant

- CNC world cinema support - production grant

- Organization Internationale de La Francophonie - production grant

- Arab Fund for Arts & Culture Documentary Program - production grant

- IDFA Bertha Fund Production Grant:

- Thessaloniki postproduction Prize from 235 Post House

- Robert Bosch Stiftung Film Prize

- Screen Institute Beirut - production grant

- Catapult Film Fund - production grant

- Hot Docs Blue Ice Development Grant

- AfriDocs Award - Durban FilmMart

Producers Myriam Sassine (Abbout Productions)
Co-Producers Arnaud Dommerc (Andolfi), Sara Bökemeyer, Patricia Drati (Good Company Pictures)
Screenwriter Mohamed Siam
Cinematography Lotta Kilian and Mohamed Siam
Editor Véronique Lagoarde-Ségot
Sound Matthieu Deniau (re-recording mixer) Jocelyn Robert (sound editor)