Amr Salama

Born in 1982 in Saudi Arabia, Amr Salama has directed and written 4 feature films, including On A Day Like Today (2008), Asmaa (2011), which received more than 20 international awards, Excuse My French (2014) which received more than 15 awards, only directed Made In Egypt (2014) and only wrote Snapshot (2012). Salama Co-Directed Tahrir 2011: The Good, The Bad & The Politician, a documentary that received the UNISCO award at the Venice Film Festival and more than 15 International awards. Salama directed and was involved on supervising the Arabic version of the international TV show Saturday Night Live, now Salama is working on his new feature film Al Sheikh Jackson.