|Alma mater||Manouba University|
Paris Film School
|Occupation||Director, screenwriter, cinematographer, poet|
During France life, he graduated from the Paris Film School. After graduation, he directed his maiden short film X-Moment in 2009 and then Li-La in 2011. This black and white drama revolves around the difficulty of loving. After the critic success, he directed his second short The Night Of Badr, another black and white drama about an old homosexual poet. The film was screened in March 2012.
In 2014, he worked as the cinematographer of the documentary short Offside. Then in 2016, he made his debut feature film Thala Mon Amour. The film focused in the village of Thala during the Tunisian Revolution. The film was later released at the end of 2014 in France and Tunisia. Apart from filmmaking, he is also a popular poet in Tunisia where he made poems against the regime of Ben Ali. He also made two 16mm films, Instant Guilty and The Graduate.
|2009||X-Moment||Director, writer, actor||Short film|
|2010||Li-La||Director, writer, actor||Short film|
|2012||The Night of Badr||Director, writer||Short film|
|2016||Thala My Love||Director, writer||Film|