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Mustapha Hasnaoui

Mustapha Hasnaoui

Tunisia

Biography

Mustapha Hasnaoui was born in Tunisia in 1952. He was living in Paris, France, where he was making documentaries primarily for the ARTE network until his death: 15 january 2011.

Filmography:

Cosmos (1991)
Abdi, Chérif, Yamo Designers (1993)
Essyad, musicien (60´, Tunisia, 1993)
Les belles étrangères (1995)
Carnets d'Égypte (1997)
Max Deutsch, un pédagogue rebelle (1998)
Carnets du Maroc (1999)
Le Caire, mère et files (57´, Egypt, 2000)
Au temps du Ramadan (82´, France, 2001)
A Summer Night's Dream (2002)
La petite renarde rusée (2002)
L'enlèvement au sérail (2003)
Stéphane Braunschweig, scènes croisées (2003)
Quand la femme chante (52´, Egypt, 2004)
Kalila & Dimna (2006)
Margaret Garner (55´, France, 2006)
Zelal – together with Marianne Khoury (90´, Egypt/France, 2010)

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Zelal

Zelal (Orig.) / 2010 / Egypt, France / 90 min

A journey into the enclosed world of two of cairo's mental hospitals, ZELAL draws us into the day-to-day life of "ordinary" madmen and women.

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