Karim Hussain (born July 16, 1974 in Ottawa, Canada) is a Canadian screenwriter, director and cinematographer. He is best known for his 2000 film Subconscious Cruelty, and as co-writer of Nacho Cerdà's The Abandoned. In 2006, he adapted French-Canadian writer Marie-Claire Blais' work, La Belle Bête. For it, he won the Director's Award at the Boston Underground Film Festival.
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