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by Namir Abdel Messeeh


Namir is a French filmmaker of Egyptian origin. One day he watches a videotape of the Virgin Mary’s apparition in Egypt with his mother who, like millions of other Copts, (Egypt’s Christians) sees the Virgin on the screen while he sees nothing. Skeptical about the videotape, Namir travels back to Egypt, to make a film about the bizarre occurrence of these apparitions.

international title: The Virgin, The Copts and me
original title: La Vierge, les Coptes et moi...
country: France, Qatar, Egypt
sales agent: The Party Film Sales
year: 2012
genre: documentary
directed by: Namir Abdel Messeeh
film run: 91'
release date: FR 29/08/2012, PL 16/11/2012, DE 13/06/2013
screenplay: Namir Abdel Messeeh, Nathalie Najem, Anne Paschetta
cinematography by: Nicolas Duchêne
film editing: Sébastien de Sainte Croix, Isabelle Manquillet
music: Vincent Segal
production: Oweda Films
backing: Centre National de la Cinématographie, Doha Film Institute, Région Ile-de-France, Région Basse-Normandie, Festival de Belfort, Maison de l'Image Basse-Normandie
distributor: Dulac Distribution, Arsenal Filmverleih
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