Mahmoud Hemida

Mahmoud Hemida (Arabic: محمود حميدة) (born December 7, 1953, in Cairo) is an Egyptian actor and producer.[1][2][3][4][5]

Mahmoud Hemida
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Born
محمود حميدة

(1953-12-07) December 7, 1953 (age 67)
NationalityEgyptian
OccupationActor
Years active1986–present

CareerEdit

Mahmoud's acting career began with performances on television in 1986, he received his first starring role in a TV series by the director Ahmed Khadr, where his performance had been impressed by those working and interested in the film industry in Egypt.. He participated in the series (Harat Al Shurafa) and (Al Wassiyah). His performance in that last series drew a lot of praise and acclaim for his talents and marked the beginning of his rise as a star.[6]

The start of Mahmoud's cinematic career began with his performing a leading role alongside (Ahmad Zaky) in the film (Al Embrator) in 1990. Mahmoud has also founded a production company that has released several films including “Janat Al Shayytan”.

Mahmoud founded an (entertainment) magazine titled “Al Fann Al Sabeaa” which was the first Arabic, cinematic, printed magazine to be specialized in the Cinema industry in the Middle East.[7]

In 1996, he founded a production company Albatrik, for Artistic productions and cinematic services which produced some of under its own banner, and some of them as the executive producer for other companies.[8] Their most successful movie under their banner was “Janet El shyateen”, which appreciated by the Critics. In the same year, he established "El-Momthel" Studio with the help of professionals for training and supporting the new talents

FilmographyEdit

FilmsEdit

2020 The Washing Machine Omar - 60
2018 Harb Karmouz[9]
2018 Ward Masmum[10]
2018 Sery Lelghaya
2018 Turab el Mass
2017 Youm Min el Ayam Jaber
2017 Photocopy[11]
2017 El saher karwan Ward Masmoum
2016 Yom Lel Seta[12][13] Ahmed
2015 Men Dahr Rage Adham
2015 Regata Sari
2015 Ot W Far Abbas El-Ot

(Wazir el Dakhlia)

2015 Nawara Osama
2015 Ahwak[14] Hamza
2009 Ehky Ya Shahrzad Adham
2009 Youm Ma Etablnan Yusuf
2009 Dokan Shehata Hagag
2009 Laylat El Baby Doll El-Lwaa Mohsen
2008 Asef 3Al Ez3Ag Saladin
2006 Malek W Kitaba Dr. Mahmoud
2004 Alexandria - New York[15] Yehia
2004 Baheb El Cima Adly
2000 Al-Abwab Al-Moghlaka Mansour
1999 Al-Akhar[16]
1999 Amn Dawlat Kamal
1999 Janet.El.Shyateen Tabl / Munir Rasmy
1998 Dantella Hossam
1997 Al-Masir[17] El Khalifa
1996 Eghtial
1996 Afarit El-Asphalt Sayed
1995 Abu Zeid Zamano Abu Zeid
1995 Qalil Min Alhob Kathir Min Aloanf
1995 El Ragol El Thalth Rustem
1995 Imra'A Hazat Aarsh Mesr Mustafa Abdel Hamid
1994 Harb El Farawla Dove Fadel Al-Suhaji
1994 Souq El Nssa Ahmed (Investigation Officer)
1994 Kart Ahmar Dr. Mohsen
1994 Al Mohager[18] Minahar
1993 Youm Har Gdn Diaa
1993 El Basha Yusuf (Joe)
1993 Bawabat Iblis Na'naah
1993 Enthar Bel-Ta3A Ibrahim
1993 Al-Thaaleb Kamal
1993 Disco Disco Essam
1993 Fursan Akher Zaman Magdy Hassanein
1993 Al-Ghaarkana Saad
1993 El L3B M3A El Ashrar Farhan hazeen (Farfour)
1993 Fares El-Madina Fares
1993 Maganino Dr. Adam
1993 Al Zeab Taher
1992 Raghba Motawahesha Sayed Ghazal
1992 Emraa Ayla Lelsokot Shukri Abdul Aziz (Journalist)
1992 Al-Shariss Hammam
1992 Samara El-Amir[19] Ali Galal
1991 Beware Of This Woman Abbas
1991 Assr El Qowa Morsi Nofal
1991 Al Feraa 12
1991 Kaid Al Awalem Hosni
1991 Al Masateel Samir
1990 Al Imbrator Abraham
1990 Sayedat Al-Qahira
1986 Al Awbash

TV SerialsEdit

  • Father: 2017 - Zain Al Attar
  • Inheritance of the Wind: 2013 - Ibrahim Tayeb
  • Song on the Bridge Of Hope
  • Medal: 1990 - Khawaja Taki
  • Black and white: 1989
  • Five m Five m: 1987
  • Al-Shorafa Lane: 1986
  • Al - Azhar Al - Sharif Lighthouse of Islam: 1982 - Bilal
  • Ahmed bin Majid: 1980 - his first role
  • But love: Dr Alaa Tambouli
  • Man and train
  • Exit the circle

AwardsEdit

Year Festival Award Film
1994 Annual Film Festival Tournament The Pasha
1995 Egyptian Cinema Art Association Best actor The third man
1996 National Film Festival of Egypt The acting Asphalt puck
1999 Cairo International Film Festival Production Devils' paradise
1999 Alexandria International Film Festival Best Movie Devils' paradise
2000 The 6th National Film Festival of Egypt Production and representation Devils' paradise
2003 Tetouan International Festival Best actor Devils' paradise
2005 Film Art Association "Egyptian Academy Awards" Best actor Alexandria - New York
2005 The 11th National Festival of Egyptian Cinema Best actor I love movies
2006 Muscat International Festival Best actor King and writing
2006 The 12th National Film Festival of Egypt Best actor King and writing
2007 Catholic Center Festival in Cairo Best actor King and writing
2018 Kazan International Muslim Film Festival Best actor[20][21] Photocopy

ReferencesEdit

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  2. ^ "Mahmoud Hemida - Egypt Today". EgyptToday. Retrieved 2019-11-12.
  3. ^ "Mahmoud Hemida's film 'Ward Masmom' to premiere on November 28". Sada El Balad. Retrieved 2019-11-12.
  4. ^ "Mahmoud Hemeida president of honour of 9th Luxor African Film Festival - Film - Arts & Culture". Ahram Online. Retrieved 2019-11-12.
  5. ^ "Middle Eastern Films to Root for at the Academy Awards 2020". Vogue Arabia. 2019-09-10. Retrieved 2019-11-13.
  6. ^ "This Egyptian Film Is Participating in a Number of International Festivals". Cairo 360 Guide to Cairo, Egypt. 2019-03-19. Retrieved 2019-11-13.
  7. ^ "Mahmoud Hemida". Cairo West Magazine. Retrieved 2019-11-13.
  8. ^ "ALBATRIK ART PRODUCTIONS". cinando.com. Retrieved 2019-11-13.
  9. ^ "Art Alert: New releases in Egyptian cinemas for Eid Al-Fitr - Film - Arts & Culture". Ahram Online. Retrieved 2019-11-12.
  10. ^ Wiseman, Andreas (2018-11-19). "Dakota Johnson, Lynne Ramsay Among Marrakech Film Festival Jury; 'Roma', 'Green Book' Among Galas". Deadline. Retrieved 2019-11-13.
  11. ^ "El Gouna Film Festival launches with grand ambitions". Mada Masr. Retrieved 2019-11-12.
  12. ^ "Kamla Abu Zekri's 'Yom Lel Setat' to screen in Canada on April 3". EgyptToday. Retrieved 2019-11-12.
  13. ^ "A Day for Women wins Grand Prize in African Cinema Festival". Daily News Egypt. 2017-09-20. Retrieved 2019-11-13.
  14. ^ "AEid Al-Adha movie season lacks lead movie stars". www.egyptindependent.com. Retrieved 2019-11-13.
  15. ^ "Alexandria-New York (2004) - (dir: Youssef Chahine) Egyptian film poster F, EX $55 *". www.musicman.com. Retrieved 2019-11-13.
  16. ^ "EL AKHAR". Festival de Cannes. Retrieved 2019-11-13.
  17. ^ "Destiny (Al Massir - Le Destin) | Film | The Guardian". www.theguardian.com. 2008-07-21. Retrieved 2019-11-13.
  18. ^ "Mahmoud Hemida". BFI. Retrieved 2019-11-12.
  19. ^ Shawky, Sarah Ahmed (2017-05-18). "12 Egyptian films inspired by Hollywood". StepFeed. Retrieved 2019-11-13.
  20. ^ "Mahmoud Hemeida wins Best Actor Award at Kazan Film Festival". EgyptToday. Retrieved 2019-11-12.
  21. ^ "Award Winners of the 14th Kazan Muslim Film Festival". kazan-mfmk.com. Retrieved 2019-11-13.

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