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Tamer Ashry is an Egyptian filmmaker. He graduated with excellence from the faculty of Mass Communication in 2006. He has been working in media since 2003 as a producer, scriptwriter, cameraperson, and director. His experiences included working on short fiction films, documentary films, TV programs and commercials… Read More
Tamer Ashry is an Egyptian filmmaker. He graduated with excellence from the faculty of Mass Communication in 2006. He has been working in media since 2003 as a producer, scriptwriter, cameraperson, and director. His experiences included working on short fiction films, documentary films, TV programs and commercials. His work has been featured in several major international TV channels, such as Al-Jazeera TV, and the BBC.

In 2008, Tamer co-founded BEE Media Production, which offers a range of services, including catering creative ideas for miscellaneous clients, write scripts, draw storyboards, production and post-production management. Read Less
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    BEE Media Production — Cairo, Egypt
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• The accident 2007
• Check Mate 2006
• Moment 2005
• Journey 2004
• The Link 2013 Media Diversity Institution
• Clean Living 2012 Media Diversity Institution
• New Day 2012 Islamic Relief
• Pictures from Gaza … Read More
• The Link 2013 Media Diversity Institution
• Clean Living 2012 Media Diversity Institution
• New Day 2012 Islamic Relief
• Pictures from Gaza 2011 Independent Film
• Police and People In Egypt 2011 British Broadcasting Corporation
• The Night of Power 2010 Independent Film
• The Seventh War (series) 2009 Al-Jazeera Documentary Channel
• Ibrahim Batout (Halet Ebda’) 2009 Al-Jazeera News Channel
• Story of an Egg 2009 ‪ Food & Agriculture Organization
• 28th of January 2008 Independent Film
• Egypt 2008 2008 Independent Film
• Ramadan in Sudan 2007 Al-Jazeera Documentary Channel
• Copy Rights 2007 Al-Jazeera News Channel
• Tomorrow is better 2007 Al-Jazeera News Channel
• The Fog is Lifting 2007 Bridges Foundation
• Don't Hate… Educate 2005 Independent Film Read Less
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