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Hany Abu-Assad

Hany Abu-Assad (born 11.10.1961, Nazareth)
Hany Abu-Assad went to Amsterdam to study technical engineering. After working as an aircraft engineer for several years in the Netherlands, he founded the Dutch-based company Ayloul Film Productions and began producing television programs about immigrants. He directed his first short film in 1992 and his first feature film in 1998. His subsequent works all revolved around the subject of multicultural coexistence – both in Europe and in the Middle East, until he scored an international theatrical hit with Rana’s Wedding in 2002.

Filmography

The Fourteenth Chick (1998), Nazareth 2000 (2000), Ford Transit (2002), Another Day in Jerusalem (Al qods fee yom akhar, 2002), Rana’s Wedding ( 2002), Paradise Now (2005).

 

 

 

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