THE DJED PILLAR TROPHY

The djed pillar is one of common symbols in ancient Egyptian religion. It represents stability and is commonly understood to symbolise the backbone of the god Osiris. Raising the djed was an important part of the most popular holidays and celebrations of ancient Egypt. During the ceremony, the pharaoh, with the help of the priests, would raise up a wooden djed pillar to symbolise the continued reign of the pharaoh in the land of Egypt. The djed pillar will be presented to the winners of the film competitions as a trophy. The winners will raise their trophies above their heads as the pharaohs of an ancient Egypt once did.

SHORT FILM AWARDS

In addition, awards will be given for Best Short Film and two certificates of appreciation for the second and third runners up.

FEATURE FILM AWARDS

Winners of the competitions will be presented with the Djed pillar as a trophy. Raising the Djed was an important part of the most popular celebrations of ancient Egypt. The award for best Actress .The award for best Actor .The award for best feature film
Other awards given will be for Best Screenplay, Best Director, and Best Documentary.
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