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Caram Kapp


A cultural producer, graphic designer and cultural activist based mainly between Berlin and Cairo. He is a cofounder of the Achtung Berlin! film festival and has organised numerous cultural events related to the Middle East in Europe and the MENA region with a focus on collaborative methods and intercultural approaches.

‘Arabian Street Artists’ Bomb ‘Homeland’: Why We Hacked an Award-Winning Series

‘Arabian Street Artists’ Bomb ‘Homeland’: Why We Hacked an Award-Winning Series

By Heba Amin, Caram Kapp and Stone

  What’s wrong with Homeland’s political message? The very first season of Homeland explained to the American public that Al Qaida is actually an Iranian venture. According to the storyline, they are not only closely tied to Hezbollah, but Al Qaida even sought revenge against the U.S. on behalf of Iran. This dangerous phantasm has […]

Film Review: ‘ART WAR’ by Marco Wilms

Film Review: ‘ART WAR’ by Marco Wilms

A Dangerous Document

Over the past three years, a great number of films dealing with the Egyptian uprising, whether documentary, docufiction or pure invention have been brought to screens and festivals around the world. The latest such offering I have watched, Marco Wilms’s documentary ART WAR, is an interesting and polarising case. “ART WAR is the story of […]