Animated Egypt is a project on the history of Egyptian animation from 1935-1990. The aim of the project was to revive Egyptian animation. The project shows how socio-political and economic aspects influenced Egyptian Animation. The project is an attempt to document some of the animated characters by the Frenkel brothers, Moheeb brothers, Abdelaleem,Mohamed Haseeb,Noshy Iskander, Ahmed Saad, Fayza Hussein. The project had three deliverables the first was a video essay on Egyptian animation. The video tried to put the characters into context and show the connection between the animation and real world. It was screened in the dark room. The second deliverable was a publication 12x21. It documents some of the characters of previously mentioned animators. The publication included name, film, production year of the character and name of animator. The third deliverable were tote bags with the characters on them with name, year and film name.
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Osman, Sarah, "Animated Egypt" (2018). Capstone and Graduation Projects. 140.
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