(ANSAmed) - CATANIA, MAY 15 - The International Festival of Frontier Cinema will be back in the squares of Marzamemi between July 23 and 29. Expected to feature this year at this small fishing town in the Syracuse region of Pachino, will be authors, stories and personalities from countries affected by the 'Arab Spring' including Tunisia, Egypt, Syria and Iran. The festival will also have its film review: 'WikiSham', a cartoon by Syrian activists; 'The Reluctant Revolution' by Scotland's Sean McAllister, the only documentary made so far on that least known of Arab revolutions - the one in Yemen; 'On the Road to Downtown', by Egyptian Sherif Elbendary and 'Back to the Square' by Canadian of Czech origins, Petr Lom, which tells of an Egypt of half-betrayed hopes following Tahrir Square through the lives of ordinary people and revolutionary leaders. Also in the bill is 'Felicity land' by Iranian Maziar Miri that unearths betrayals and marital crises in an affluent area of Teheran, and the short film (and Oscar candidate) 'Bahiya & Mahmoud' by the e'migre' Palestinian living in Los Angeles, Zaid Abu Hamdan. This shows the unbearable quarrelsome daily life of an elderly couple transformed by the unpredictable outcome of a simple misunderstanding. 'Lightning Over the Mediterranean' is a review of documentaries and non-formats to be screened in the Cortile Arabo. The film programme will be interleaved with events and showings of restored classic films and there will also be a silent film evening with live music. (ANSAmed).