Rashed Radwan

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Rashed Radwan is a Spanish film director, producer and writer of Iraqi origin.[1] "Target:Heart of Iraq", "Gaza Genocide" "Human Market" and "Iraq at the Edge of Civil War" are among documentaries Rashed has directed.

Filmography[edit]

Ø General and Creative Director, Conflict Films S.L "Heart of Iraq"

Ø Commissioned Director “Witness” Al Jazeera English

Ø Director “Accidental Hero” (Iraq) Al Jazeera English

Ø Director “City of Widows” (Iraq) Al Jazeera English

Ø Director “Guardian of Eden” (Iraq) Al Jazeera English

Ø Director “Gaza Genocide” (Gaza)

Ø Director “Fado Music” (Portugal) Al Jazeera English

Ø Director “Tile Theft” (Portugal) Al Jazeera English

Ø Director “Fighter in Danger Zone”, (Iraq) Al Jazeera English

Ø Director “City of Widows”, (Iraq) Al Jazeera English

Ø Director “Guardian of Eden”, (Iraq) Al Jazeera English

Ø Director “Lesson in Conflict/Iraq”, Qatar Foundation/AJE

Ø Director and Scriptwriter “The death of Al Muthannabi Street”

Awards[edit]

  • Special Prize of the Jury of Malaga International Film Festival for his movie "Heart of Iraq"
  • Best Documentary Film, Pamplona Film Festival also for “Heart of Iraq”
  • Best Documentary Film, “Ojo Cojo” Film Festival, supported by UNESCO

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