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Hany Abu-Assad


Hany Abu-Assad a Palestinian/Dutch movie director and writer. From the famous movies Abu-Assad has directed so far are : Rana's Wedding (2002), Paradise Now (2005) and Omar (2013), The mountains between us (2017). He has been nominated twice for Academy Awards for his movies 'Paradise Now' in 2006 and 'Omar' in 2014. See full bio »

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Omar Director
(2013)
Paradise Now Director
(2005)
Rana's Wedding Director
(2002)
The Idol Director
(2015)

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  Blood (TV Series) (pre-production)
 2022 Love, Life & Everything in Between (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Kazoz (2022)
 2021 Huda's Salon
 2015 The Idol
 2013 Omar
 2012 The Courier
 2008 Stories on Human Rights (segment "A Boy, a Wall and a Donkey")
 2005 Paradise Now
 2003 Ford Transit (Documentary)
 2001 Nazareth 2000 (Documentary)
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Cinema is a great opportunity to let you live with a character you wouldn't really want to be near. And it gets you thinking more. So most people appreciated that. See more »

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