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EgyptWatch organises a screening of the documentary “Memories of a Massacre”

“Memories of a Massacre” is a powerful documentary that follows the story of the massacre that saw the end of Egyptian democracy.

EgyptWatch is proud to bring you the premiere of “Memories of a Massacre,” a documentary following the Rabaa massacre in Egypt, at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA).

The documentary will showcase exclusive first-hand testimonies of survivors and eyewitnesses, including Craig Summers – head of security at Sky News; Mosa’ab Elshamy – AP Photojournalist and David Kirkpatrick, New York Times journalist, amongst others. Following the screening, there will be a panel discussion led by prominent individuals following the events in Egypt closely and offering their analysis and insight.

The event will shed light on the context and events that paved the way for the current Egyptian regime as we know it. The regime was marked by increasing suppression and persecution of its citizens, including British Egyptians.

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