The Venice Film Festival sees the showing a film tilted: (Liberation 2011) which depicts the Egyptian Revolution which spanned 18 days and toppled former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak. The film calls Freedom Squarer in Cairo as (existence liberation square) which constitutes an assembly point for demonstrators. The film’s premier will be shown during Venice Cinema Festival falling into three acts: (the good, the fierce and the politician) each act tackled by one producer and focuses on the demonstrators, the police forces and Mubarak. The film attempts to convey a message that the revolution is still going on and that Mubarak’s resignation was the turning point. The film also focuses on the interviews made for the film with the police in which they sometimes spoke frankly about orders issued to them to apply pressures on protestors and spying on them.