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|Occupation||film director and writer|
|Known for||Director of West Beirut|
Doueiri worked between Los Angeles and Beirut until not long after September 2011, after which he returned to work from Beirut.
|West Beirut||1998||Drama||Director, writer||Won the Prix François Chalais at the Directors' fortnight of the Cannes Film Festival in 1998.|
|Lila Says||2004||Drama||Director, writer|
|Sleeper Cell||2005||Terror series||Director||Episode "Immigrant"|
|The Attack||2012||Drama, political thriller||Director, writer||An Arab surgeon in Tel Aviv discovers something about his wife after a suicide bombing; based on a novel by Yasmina Khadra|
|Affaire Étrangère (Foreign Affairs)||2013||Drama, political thriller||Director, writer||Centers on a retired French diplomat (Gérard Depardieu), secretly sent by the Americans to negotiate an Israeli-Palestinian agreement|
|Republican Gangsters||2016||Political drama||Director||TV Series (8 Episodes)
Nominated - ACS Award for Best Director
Doueiri's brother Rami starred in West Beirut.
- "Ziad Doueiri". Internet Movie Database. Retrieved 21 June 2012.
- "Tessalit involved in 'Affaire'". Variety. May 19, 2012. Retrieved 21 June 2012.
- Lebanese Film Director Ziad Doueiri Defends Visit to Israel: Boycott Harms Us, Not Israel, MEMRITV, Clip No. 3862, May 24, 2013.
- Interview with Ziad Doueiri in Salon 1999-09-09. Retrieved 2010-08-25
- Ziad Doueiri at the Internet Movie Database
- West Beirut at the Internet Movie Database
- Lila Says at the Internet Movie Database
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