Wael Khairy is an Egyptian national film critic writing for a number of local publications. He has written several reviews and essays for two World Film Locations books published in the UK. His revolution-related tweets were published in the bestseller, Tweets from Tahrir. Wael is also one of Roger Ebert’s FFCs and also writes ads for IMPACT BBDO Cairo. Besides his blog www.cinephilefix.wordpress.com, and the Chicago Sun-Times website, http://www.RogerEbert.com, Wael also writes regularly for The Spectator’s arts blog. He is currently the resident film critic at http://www.CairoScene.com. Wael graduated from the American University in Cairo with a major in Communications of Media Art and minors in both Accounting and in Film, which he completed at UCLA. He was named by legendary film critic, Roger Ebert, as one of the reason we live in the golden age of film criticism in a Wall-Street Journal article. He was also discussed various films on Nile Fm and BBC Radio.