Egypt | 2010 | 2 mins
Directed by Noha Redwan.
Side by side, some women toil in anguish; shoulder to shoulder, face to face, but somehow unable to break out of the repetitive insanity of existence.
The Nonsense was an official selection of the 2011 WVN Online Film Festival.
About Noha Redwan
Noha Redwan is a designer, visual/plastic artist with a BA from Helwan University’s decorations department. Currently based in Cairo and working as a teaching assistant at the BUC, Redwan has exhibited her paintings in Egyptian art venues such as Cordoba Gallery, Townhouse Gallery, Darb 1718 and El-Sawy Culture Wheel, and in international venues such as Dar El Mashreq Gallery in Kuwait (2014), and the Museum of Contemporary Art’s Mattress Factory (USA), where she also held a residency in 2012. In 2008, she was nominated by the German Academic Exchange Service to represent Egypt in the Exchange Project’s conference in Berlin, and that same year, her artwork was chosen for Adobe-TIG, YOUTH VOICES to be shown in Quebec City. In 2011, she was selected to exhibit her art at the first bi-annual short-film festival Women’s Voices from the Muslim World in Los Angeles.