In statements carried by Al-Watan, Al-Sawy explained that the complaints were submitted against the producer, Muhammad Dyasti and his partners in Bird Eye, as well as the artistic producer, Osama Youssef, after the deadline that he granted them to pay the rest of the dues they have.
Khaled Al-Sawy added that he had received assurances from Ashraf Zaki, the captain of the acting professions, and Massad Fouda, the captain of the cinematic professions, that the film would not be shown in the cinemas before his problem was solved, indicating that he saw the producers of “For Rent” more like the producers Mamdouh Shaheen and Ahmed Abdel Basit, who entered into disputes with them due to non-payment His dues.
Khaled Al-Sawy appealed to the Ministry of Culture, the Chamber of Cinema Industry, and the Syndicates of Acting and Film Professions to intervene to stop these producers from disrupting the artists’ dues, denying what the producer of “For Rent” said about the end of the crisis between them.
It is noteworthy that the movie “For Rent” was written and directed by Osama Bilal, produced by Birdeye, and co-stars Khaled El-Sawy, Sherry Adel, Mohamed Salam, Yasser Al-Tobji, Essam El-Sakka, and Heidi Rifat. March 3, after which the show continued to be postponed on a weekly basis until now.
In addition, the Luxor Festival Administration for African Cinema announced that the film “For Rent” will be represented by Egyptian cinema in the tenth session of the festival, which is scheduled to be launched on March 26th.