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Mona Al Sabban

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Mona Al Sabban
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🏳️ NationalityEgyptian
💼 Occupation
Professor at the Higher Institute of Cinema
🌐 Websitewww.arabfilmtvschool.edu.eg/elsabban/Dr_Mona_cv.htm

Mona Al Sabban (Arabic: منى الصبان‎) is Member of the Arab Cinema Association at the American University, and Professor of Media at the Lebanese University and the Higher Film Institute in Cairo.[1][2][3][4]

Academic qualifications and business[edit]

  • Professor at the Higher Institute of Cinema "Academy of Arts".
  • Member of the Arab Network for Open and Distance Education.m
  • Member of the Arab Cinema Association at the American University.
  • Professor of Media, Lebanese University, Higher Institute for Cinema.
  • She holds a BA at the Higher Institute of Cinema "specializing in editing".[4][5]
  • She won a grant from the American "Fulbright" Authority to train at Hollywood Studios in Los Angeles and to attend lectures at Boston University's College of Media in 1997.
  • She has taught in several universities and institutes, including Helwan University, Egypt International University, Cairo University, the Television Institute of the Radio and Television Union, and the Lebanese University of Beirut.
  • Supervising several MA theses and PhD theses discussion.
  • She held the position of Head of Film Editing Department at Lebanese Television.
  • She has participated in many festivals, conferences and exhibitions.
  • She presented many research papers in London, Tunis, Rabat, Cairo, and Poland.

The establishment of the Arab School to teach the arts of cinema[edit]

The idea of establishing the school began on the Internet by participating in a working paper on the establishment of a school to teach the arts of cinema and television in the Arabic language on the Internet, at the Arab American Association of Media Professors Conference held at the Lebanese American University in Beirut in 1999.[5][6]

Immediately after the conference, I submitted the project to the Cultural Development Fund at the Egyptian Ministry of Culture represented at the time by the Minister of Culture "Farouk Hosni" and kept in contact with the Fund until the school was approved by a decision of the Minister of Culture in July 2001, funded by the Development Fund, and the inauguration was practically in October. (October) 2001 by Mrs.Suzan Mubarak.[7]

The idea of establishing the school and its goal[edit]

  • The idea of the school is based on teaching the arts of cinema and television remotely free of charge to Arabic speakers all over the world.
  • It aims to provide the opportunity for lovers of these arts to obtain specialized education and culture for Egyptian youth in villages and hamlets in the fields of script, directing, photography, montage, sound, production, decoration and animation.[8]

Teaching curriculum[edit]

The curricula raised on the electronic school depend on the use of multimedia, animation, sound, written text and computer graphics, in order to ensure the delivery of simplified information to all students and those interested in these arts, professionals or amateurs alike.

The site carries a large amount of information that helps the student in addition to the curricula, such as the icon of the history of Egyptian cinema, and the icon of the bookshelf, which includes books of interest to students related to cinema and television, in order to make it easier for the student in the case of doing research, to know the indexes and topics of books, in addition to Research and scientific messages that benefit students.

The school provides links to the most important sites related to cinema, studying them, as well as parts of the cinema scenes that make it easier for the student to understand the explanation, and the school also provides a screening of the films of students who have benefited from the school and have succeeded in presenting films or scenarios during their studies at the school

Each subscriber studies through the site on his own responsibility by using the materials available on the site, and there is no specific period of study, and when the participant passes the theoretical and practical exam, he gets a certificate.

The achievements of the school[edit]

The number of students at the school today is estimated at more than 15,000 students from all over the world, Egypt comes first, then Saudi Arabia, and includes participants from Syria, Lebanon, Morocco, America, Australia and Europe who speak Arabic.[7][9]


  1. "Dr.. Mona Al-Sabban: We have studios that can match Hollywood studios, "website diwanalarab.com ،Saturday 14 May 2005. Archived 2019-02-14 at the Wayback Machine
  2. "Mona Al-Sabban: The Arab Film School ... the most important dream in my life, An-Nahar website. Archived 2019-02-13 at the Wayback Machine
  3. "Dr.Mona Al-Sabban reveals the scenes of establishing a school for cinema via the Internet,"United Copts website. Archived 2019-02-14 at the Wayback Machine
  4. 4.0 4.1 "The Film and Television School is the first Egyptian website to award a certificate specializing in cinema, "a news agency website ona, 7 November 2013. Archived 2019-02-14 at the Wayback Machine
  5. 5.0 5.1 "Dr.Mona Al Sabban: We use the Qaitbay way to teach the art of cinema, "Elaph website, 2006, Saturday, December 2nd. Archived 2020-05-26 at the Wayback Machine
  6. "The story of the first school to teach the arts of film and television via distance, "Youm7 website, Friday, April 19 2013. Archived 2018-03-08 at the Wayback Machine
  7. 7.0 7.1 Mona Al-Sabban: 15,000 students from all over the world, led by the Egyptians and Saudis Archived 2020-03-12 at the Wayback Machine
  8. Arab Film and Television School Archived 2017-12-29 at the Wayback Machine
  9. "Mona Al-Sabban, Director of the Arab School of Film and Television: I have 80,000 students from all over the world". mc-doualiya. Archived from the original on 26 May 2021. Retrieved 26 May 2021. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)

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