Nadir Moknèche


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Nadir Moknèche

Born in Paris in 1965, Nadir Moknèche studied drama at the Théâtre National de Chaillot School as well as directing at The New School for Social Research in New York. In 2000, he directed his first feature film, The Harem of Mme Osmane, followed by Viva Algeria (2004), and  Délice Paloma (2007), which won the Prix Louis Lumière. Nadir Moknèche was awarded a residency at the Villa Médicis in Rome for the 2010-2011 session, and while there he wrote the script for his fourth film Goodbye Morocco, released in 2013.

2013 Goodbye Morocco
2007 Délice Paloma
2004 Viva Laldjérie
1998 Le Harem de Mme Osmane
1994 Hanifa, ainsi va l'amour

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