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Mahmoud Kaabour

Mahmoud Kaabour

Lebanon

Biography

Born in 1979 and raised in Beirut, Kaabour graduated from the Mel Oppenheim School of Cinema and worked at the National Film Board of Canada and the CBC newsroom. His short film "Being Osama" received four international awards and made him the youngest commissioned filmmaker in Canadian television.


Filmography:
Being Osama (41', Canada, 2004)
Grandma, a Thousand Times (50', UAE, 2010)
Champ of the Camp (75', UAE, 2013)

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Grandma, a Thousand Times

Grandma, a Thousand Times (Orig.) / 2010 / Lebanon, Qatar, United Arab Emirates / 48 min

Grandma, a Thousand Times brings together grandfather, grandmother and grandson in a playful magic-realist documentary that aims to defy a past death and a future one...

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