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Mr DIYNN EADEL AMAR like FITZCARRALDO PART II: don’t allow your dream to give up! Shoot for the moon, for even if you miss you’ll land among the stars.”

SAD News: OUTDOOR CINEMA in THE SINAI DESERT was destroyed. But why not re-launch the challenge? then don’t allow your dream to give up!

Nothing is impossible. Risk Everything”

“By striving to do the impossible, man has always achieved what is possible. Those who have cautiously done no more than they believed possible have never taken a single step forward.” BAKUNIN.

sinai desert cinema outdoor

   cinema before destruction – kaupo kikkas

All the media and web-world talked about the discovery of a wonderful outdoor cinema abandoned in the Sinai desert; an incredible, magical and fascinating place where behind there is the story the realization of a dream by Mr. Diynn Eadel.

For several days newspapers have talked about this topic. I love the desert and I am a dreamer and this story touched me. I immediately likened Mr. Diynn Eadel to Fitzcarralo: the same dauntless foolishness and desire to achieve their dreams.

We all face obstacles in pursuing our goals, whether they’re professional or personal. If you don’t keep going, you’ll never know how far you could have gone and you’ll miss out on being the person you’d become through the effort itself. If you do keep going, well, it’s like this quote: “Shoot for the moon, for even if you miss you’ll land among the stars.”

This History has arousedmuch fuss, really too fuss because the sad news is: in these days the cinema in the desert the film was destroyed. I think it was a gesture really miserable, and it is too obvious that caused envy and wickedness of those who have not moral depth.

Mr. Diynn Eadel in the last days wrote:

“ I DID MY JOB and I DID MY DREAM. Dear Friends around the world :

I had dream .. And did everything to realize this dream..With dogs barking, wolves howling and with passion .. Fighting for my dream for years !

I did my work. You dreamed as well when you discovered and experienced the The Cinema At The End Of The World.. A most amazing dream…We Dared to dream and dared to stand out. Get off the beaten path.

I thank you all from the bottom of my heart.Diynn Eadel A.

Owner, Creator and Proud of the so called : “The Cinema At The End Of The World”.


Then in my head I think:” why don’t dream to rebuild this outdoor cinema in the Sinai desert (eventually not in the same place) but this time to make it operational?. Imagine you an evening with a projection of Dune’ movie, David Lynch invited along with spectators, Bedouins and camels.

I believe that in the era of new technology and mass communication a challenge like this could become true and demonstrate the quote: “Those who dream can move mountains.” Fitzcarraldo

What do you think?

Someone accepts the challenge?

How a famous ADV (Nike) says : “Nothing is impossible. Risk Everything”

Write me in the case, if you’re dreamer and we could get in touch with Mr. Diynn Eadel.


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Those who dream can move mountains.

But the question that everyone wanted answered was whether I would have the nerve and the strength to start the whole process from scratch. I said yes; otherwise I would be someone who had no dream left, and without dreams I would not want to live.”

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Do you remember the mythic movie by Herzog Fitzcarraldo with Klaus Kinsky in the role of an intense businessman and adventurer?, full of dreams, whose spirit is perfectly expressed by an epic sentence of the film: “Those who dream can move mountains”. Fitzcarraldo acts as an icon of the last true dreamers, artists, at the beginning of the 1900s that have put primary emphasis on the realization of their dreams.

In the beginning of this century another adventurer wanted to make his crazy dream!

How you can find a movie theatre into an incredible place: Estonian photographer, Kaupo Kikkas, discovered an abandoned outdoor cinema movie theatre deep in the Sinai desert, apparently, built it in the early 2000s.


An eccentric french berber artist, sometimes actor, when he was traveling in the desert and decided he needed to watch David Lynch’s Dune.

Then the Frenchman Diynn Eadel, who thought it was a brilliant location for a cinema. In Cairo, Eadel bought 150 wooden chairs and a projector from an old theatre. He hauled in a generator for electricity and a tractor to pull up a giant screen.

Who knows why he decided to abandon it and if he ever accomplished the screening.

Unfortunately, the local authority weren’t to thrilled about Eadel’s idea. On the night of the premiere, everything went wrong. The generator mysteriously failed to work. To this day, not a single film has been screened at this “End of the World Cinema.”

Photos and information about this place, other than Kaupo’s, is strangely hard to find. It basically doesn’t exist on the internet. After Kikkas’s discover this year, Mr Eadel preferred the silence.

How does a place like that remain such a well-kept secret? Is someone trying to keep it a secret? Is it even real?! Fortunately it is, and here is the original flyer for the Frenchman’s cinema which was called “La Tête dans Les Etoies”, (head in the stars) and other vintage pictures on twitter.



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