B three major factors for this situation and why

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b.Three major factors for this situation: (and why Egypt is still dominant)i.Spoken dialects as barrier: local dialects hampered inter-Arab exchange offeature movies; however, all Arabs understood Egyptian, Syrian, and Lebanese dialects. Egyptian cinema already had a huge local market for films inside the country. ii.Egyptian finance: dominance of Egyptian cinema included availability of finance, wether through the bank of Egypt or later the direct funding from government.iii.Egyptian skills: Egypt set the example for all others to follow, in mechanisms, standards, and themes.
Seven Arab countries that developed their own movie industry:Egypt, Lebanon, Syria, Palestine, Algeria, morocco, TunisiaThese countries gave the directors more freedom than the ones that later developedAll remaining 15 Arab countries had no notable movie industry:Saudi Arabia, the gulf states, Iraq, Sudan, Libya, Jordan, etc. Their production was confined to short films for television, TV series, and documentaries. 8.Cinema in Algeria – Morocco – Tunisia a.Before 1945, French occupation of Algeria, Syria, and Lebanon hindered the production of movies and blocked locally made movies from being shown.b.This was part of France’s general framework of cultural, economic, and political domination. 9.Syrian and Lebanese Cinema 10. Palestinian cinema

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