Hatem Ali

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Hatem Ali
حاتم علي
Born (1962-06-02) June 2, 1962 (age 54)
Occupation Actor, Film and Television director

Hatem Ali (Arabic: حاتم علي‎‎) (June 2nd 1962) is a Syrian actor . He is also a television and cinema director.

In the year 1986, Ali gained acceptance in theater arts, and worked as a teacher for Acting in the Higher Institute of Dramatic Arts.

Filmography[edit]

Cinema[edit]

Cinematic films directed by Ali include:

  • Al-Layl al-Taweel (The long night) (starring the Tunisian actress Anissa Daoud)
  • Al Oshak (The Lovers)
  • Shaghaf (Passion)

Television[edit]

Ali has directed numerous TV series, among them are:

  • Safar (Traveling)
  • Al Fosoul Al Arbaa'a (The Four Seasons) (first and second parts)
  • Maraya 98
  • Maraya 99
  • Aelati Wa Ana (My Family And I) (2000)
  • Al Zier Salem (2000)
  • Salah Al Din (2001) a series about Salah Al Din
  • Sakr Quraish (Quraish Hawk) (2002)
  • Rabea Qurtoba (Córdoba Spring) (2003)
  • Al Taghrieba Al Felastineya (2003)
  • Ahlam Kabiera (Big Dreams) (2004)
  • Molouk Al Tawaef (2005)
  • Asey Addame' (Hard To Loosen A Tear) (2005)
  • Ala Toul Al Ayam (All The Days) (2006)
  • Al Malek Farouk (King Farouk) (2007)
  • Seraa Ala El Remal (2008)
  • Omar ibn al-Khattab (TV series) (2012)

As a TV series writer[edit]

Ali wrote scripts for the following series:

  • Muaziek
  • Qous Qazah (Rainbow)
  • Al Qelaa (The Castle)

As an actor[edit]

Films starring Hatem Ali as an actor include:

  • Daerat Al Nar (Circle of Fire)
  • Hegrat Al Qalb Ila Al Qalb
  • Al Gawareh
  • Al Ragol S (Mr. S)
  • Abou Kamel

Theater director[edit]

The following plays were directed by Hatem Ali:

  • Mat Thalath Marrat (Dead Three Times)
  • Ahl Al Hawa (People of Instincts)
  • Albareha, Alyawm Waghadan (Yesterday, Today And Tomorrow)

Bibliography[edit]

Ali also wrote the following books:

  • Mawt Modares Al Tariekh Al Agouz (Death of The Old History Teacher)
  • Hadath Wama Lam Yahdouth (What Happened And What Didn't)
  • Tholatheyet Al Hesar (Blockade trilogy)

Awards[edit]

  • Award for best direction, for the television movie Akher Al Lail (The Last Part of The Night). Cairo TV Festival.
  • Award for best direction, for the tv series Safar (Traveling). Cairo TV Festival.
  • First work golden award, for the TV series Al Zeir Salem. Bahrain festival.
  • Silver award, for the TV series Maraya 98. Cairo TV Festival.
  • Bronze award, for the TV series Al Fosoul Al Arbaa'a (The Four Seasons). Bahrain festival
  • Golden award for best direction, for the TV series Salah Al Din. Cairo TV Festival.
  • Award for best direction, for Salah Al Din. Tunisia festival.
  • Award for best direction, for the TV series Sakr Quraish (Quraish Hawk). Cairo TV Festival.
  • Award for best direction, for the TV series Al Malek Farouk (The King Farouk). Cairo TV Festival
  • Silver work award, for the TV series Ala Toul Al Ayam (All The Days). Tunisia festival.
  • Adonia award for the best director for the year 2004, for the series Al Taghreba Al Felasteniya.
  • Adonia award for the best director for the year 2005, for the series Molouk Al Tawaef.
  • Silver work award, for the series Molouk Al Tawaef. Tunisia festival.

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