After capturing the attention of viewers during Ramadan

During the Eid season, digital platforms compete with the big screen strongly

  • The watch it platform showed the movie “The Priest” exclusively during the Eid period.

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  • "One More" by Ahmed Helmy imposed himself on Eid.

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After the digital display platforms succeeded in leading the scene, and achieving high viewing rates for Ramadan drama throughout the holy month, after the viewer found an opportunity to follow his favorite works away from commercial advertisements that were taking away a lot of his time, the platforms were keen to continue this success during the Eid al-Fitr season. And attract followers during the holiday by presenting a mixture that combines modern and old films and plays, to be a strong competitor to the big screen and cinemas, and the films they show that rely on being new and shown for the first time.

These platforms emerged with a large segment of viewers preferring to stay at home and gather with the family to watch a suitable artwork.

The clear disparity in opinions about the films shown in theaters during the Eid also contributed to the lack of preference of some families to go to the cinema, as social networking sites witnessed many opinions that sought to evaluate the level of Eid films, and were divided between strong praise or outright rejection due to the low technical level of these What causes confusion for the viewer who wants to use these opinions to choose a movie to watch in the cinema?

Asmaa chose the “Shahid Vip” platform to show the movie “For Zico”, starting from the first day of Eid, starring Karim Mahmoud Abdel Aziz, Menna Shalaby, Mohamed Mahmoud, Amr Abdel Jalil, Mahmoud Hafez, Rania Mansour and Caroline Azmy, written by Mostafa Hamdi and directed by Peter Mimi.

A number of other films were also shown, including "Some do not go to the authorized twice", "Musa", "Men's Stand", "Mama is pregnant", "Arif", "Awlad Rizk 2" and others.

The platform also displays a group of Arab plays that the audience used to watch during Eid, such as “The School of the Rioters”, “The Children Have Growed”, “Al-Wad Sayed Al-Shaghal” and “By Bye London”, and others.

As for the watch it platform, the movie “The Priest” was shown exclusively during the Eid period, after it was shown in cinemas last December, and the movie stars Iyad Nassar, Dora, Hussein Fahmy, Mahmoud Hamida, Fathi Abdel Wahab, Jamal Suleiman, Hanan Suleiman and Ahmed Fouad Selim. , and Fatima Kamal, and a number of artists, and it was written by Muhammad Nair and directed by Othman Abu Laban.

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On the other hand, cinemas during the Eid season showed a number of films that brought together a selection of stars, topped by the movie “One Tani” starring Ahmed Helmy, Amr Abdel Jalil, Mahmoud Hafez, Sayed Ragab, Ruby, Nasreen Amin, and directed by Mohamed Shaker Khudair. And the movie “The Spider” starring Ahmed El Sakka, Mona Zaki and Dhafer El Abidine, and it was written by Muhammad Nair, in addition to the movie “Zombie” starring Ali Rabie, Hamdi Al-Marghani and Karim Afifi, written by Amin Gamal and Walid Abul-Magd, and directed by Amr Salah.

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A number of Arab, Western and Indian works of art have appeared on the Netflix platform, including the movie “Bushri Ragel” starring Nelly Karim and Mohamed Mamdouh, and the movie “The Man and the Nems” starring Mohamed Henedy, Menna Shalaby, Sabreen, Amr Abdel Jalil, and the movie “Forty Love.” , starring Katrina Tannenbaum and Chris Kattan, and deals with the story of a 22-year-old math genius who is fired from his job and embarks on an adventure to help a Russian tennis player and is joined by a girl artist on the way, in addition to the animation movie "Marduk", starring Pete Davidson and JK Simsons It revolves around the relationship between a dog and its owner, as the latter believes that his dog is the greatest and can win a special competition.

The platform also screened the Indian film "Radhi Shyam", starring Pooja Hegdi and Riddhi Kumar, and revolves around a love story that takes place in the seventies, with its parties not knowing where the future leads them.

• Digital platforms have emerged with a large segment of viewers preferring to stay at home and gather with the family to watch a suitable artwork.

• The communication sites witnessed many opinions that sought to evaluate the level of Eid films, and were divided between strong praise or outright rejection due to the low technical level of these works.

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