Hassan Reda (1921 - 1981) حسن رضا

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Hassan Reda was an Egyptian director, writer and film editor. He was born in 1921, and flew to paris in 1937 after finishing high school to study modern art and film making. In 1944 he joined the editing department in Studio Misr, and was an apprentice of directors Salah Abu Seif...Read more and Kamal Elsheikh. He worked as an assistant editor at the beginning of his professional career, and then started directing films. He is most known for directing “Al Akl Zeina” (The Mind is an Ornament), “Afrit Samara” (Samara's Ghost), “Kholkhal Habiby” (My Love's Anklet) and “Horub” (Escape). He died in 1981 at the age of 60.

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  • Hassan Reda was an Egyptian director, writer and film editor. He was born in 1921, and flew to paris in 1937 after finishing high school to study modern art and film making. In...Read more 1944 he joined the editing department in Studio Misr, and was an apprentice of directors Salah Abu Seif and Kamal Elsheikh. He worked as an assistant editor at the beginning of his professional career, and then started directing films. He is most known for directing “Al Akl Zeina” (The Mind is an Ornament), “Afrit Samara” (Samara's Ghost), “Kholkhal Habiby” (My Love's Anklet) and “Horub” (Escape). He died in 1981 at the age of 60.

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  • حسن إسماعيل رضا



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