Ramy El Gabry

Biography
Ramy El Gabry is an Egyptian director and screenwriter who earned a B.S. degree in cinema in 2008 from the International Academy For Engineering and Media Science (IAEMS). He made many internationally acclaimed short films that were selected at prestigious international film festivals, including the Venice International Film Festival, and won numerous awards. His directing credits include the short films This Time (2011), which was selected at the Venice Rosh International Film Festival, Zooba (2011), which went viral on social media during the Egyptian revolution in 2011, and From Inside (2016), which earned nine global and regional awards and was officially selected at over 26 international festivals. In 2017, El Gabry explored the Claymation technique with Monster of The Web, which got officially selected at seven international film festivals. El Gabry was also an assistant director trainee on Messages from the Sea (2010) by Daoud Abdel Sayed, which was Egypt’s official submission for the 83rd Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film, and One-Zero (2009) by Kamla Abouzekri, which received more than 45 awards.