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Copt

1. a member of the Coptic Church
2. an Egyptian descended from the ancient Egyptians
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The final excerpt for your consideration shows how Ajami, as Scandar Copti suggested, is being exploited by Zionists.
Tony Copti says this has become a common phenomenon for many of Ajami's Arab residents.
We have received more than 300 submissions from over 50 countries, with many films from the Middle East, Lebanon, Palestine and Egypt that offer a unique insight into the region, as perceived by today's filmmakers," said Scandar Copti.
The 2010 programming team led by Amanda Palmer expanded this year to include Arab programmers, Oscar-nominated Palestinian filmmaker Scandar Copti and Lebanese programmer Hania Mroue, who worked alongside Tribeca Enterprises' Chief Creative Officer Geoffrey Gilmore, David Kwok and Genna Terranova and a range of international consultants.
The film is co-directed by Israeli and Palestinian filmmakers Yaron Shani and Scandar Copti, and was nominated this year for an Academy Award for best foreign film.
I cannot represent a state that does not represent me,' Scandar Copti says just hours before Academy Awards ceremony.
Shani and Israeli Arab co-director Scandar Copti, 34, cast local residents instead of professional actors in all the roles and provided them with loose scenarios instead of scripts.
Newcomers Scandar Copti and Yaron Shani's "Ajami" depicts the brutal life of drugs, violence and poverty in a mixed, Jewish-Arab neighborhood in the occupied Palestinian town of Jaffa.
DFI's head of education Scandar Copti explained that the institute is committed to providing holistic training across the full range of film-making stages.
Other film personalities who graced the occasion included Miral director Julian Schnabel, 'Captain Abu Raid' director Ahmin Matalqa, Emirati filmmaker Ali Mustafa, Qatari filmmaker Mohammed al Ibrahim, Scandar Copti, "Little Sisters" director Richard Bowen, Egyptian actress Busi Shalabi and a bunch of Arab talents.
These include the continuation of the hugely successful 'One Minute Films' programme launched in 2009 with Oscar nominated filmmaker Scandar Copti and the establishment of more international filmmaking labs in Doha in collaboration with Tribeca Enterprises' Chief Creative Officer, Geoff Gilmore.
Newcomers Scandar Copti and Yaron ShanieIUs eIuAjamieIN depicts the brutal life of drugs, violence and poverty in a mixed, Jewish-Arab neighborhood in the occupied Palestinian town of Jaffa.