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Hazem Berrabah

Hazem Berrabah was passionate of the image from a young age. He took his degree in film studies at the ESEC in Paris in 2006 and has evolved as a chief operator in Tunisia and in several Arab countries. Aged 27, he was image director in several Nacer Khemir's movies , and some twenty short films. He has directed several video essays, short fiction, "Refuge" (2007), and two documentaries "Caravan of Erg" (2011) and "The Way of Water" (2003). Hazem Berrabah fed his universe with contemporary dance in France, and in a multi-disciplinary course between performing arts and visual arts. He developed the project "Maj'noun" about a mad love faced with an impossible love. "Maj'noun" is also an artistic idea that defends culture mixity, and proposes a form of boundaries' abstraction.

Short film credits

Image from Maj'noun


Tunisia | May 2012 | 26:00
In a desert village, she has disappeared,
Maj'noun mad with love, goes searching for,
Reality or utopia ...
The village gates between them,
The va...
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