Ghassan Salhab

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Ghassan Salhab
Ghassan Salhab.jpg
Born 4th May 1958
Dakar, Senegal
Occupation Director, Writer
Website
http://www.ghassansalhab.com/

Ghassan Salhab (Arabic; غسان سلهب, born 4 May 1958) is a Lebanese screenwriter, film director, and producer.

Salhab was born in Dakar, Senegal to Lebanese parents. In Addition to making his own films, Salhab collaborates on various scenarios in Lebanon and in France, and teaches film at ALBA and USJ. He has directed five feature films: Beyrouth Fantome, Terra Incognita, The Last Man, The Mountain and The Valley. He has also made numerous short films and videos, including: Posthume, Narcisse Perdu, My living body, my dead body, La Rose de Personne, Afrique Fantome, and Apres la Mort. He has published his texts and articles in Various magazines. His fourth feature film, 1958 Autoportrait d'hier, was screened at Cinema Metropolis / Empire Sofil on May 4, 2009.

Filmography[edit]

co-realized with N. Khodr

Also realized by A. Zaatari and M. Soueid

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