Ahmed Mourad أحمد مراد

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Ahmed Mourad is an Egyptian writer. He was born in 1978, and studied cinematography at the High Institute of Cinema, and graduated with honorable grades and multiple awards for his work on short student films. He started writing his first novel “Vertigo” in 2007, and it was...Read more published by Merit press in the same year. The novel's success led it to get translated into English, Italian and French, and it was later adapted into a television series with the same name that starred Hend Sabry. His second novel “Torab El Mas” (Diamond's Dust) was published in 2010, and was also translated to several languages, including Italian, German and French. His most successful work to date was his third novel “El Feel El Azraq” (The Blue Elephant), which was published in 2012, and won first place in Cairo's Book Exhibition sales for the year 2013, and was later adapted to a film in 2014, for which Mourad also wrote the screenplay, and was a box office hit.



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  • Ahmed Mourad is an Egyptian writer. He was born in 1978, and studied cinematography at the High Institute of Cinema, and graduated with honorable grades and multiple awards for his...Read more work on short student films. He started writing his first novel “Vertigo” in 2007, and it was published by Merit press in the same year. The novel's success led it to get translated into English, Italian and French, and it was later adapted into a television series with the same name that starred Hend Sabry. His second novel “Torab El Mas” (Diamond's Dust) was published in 2010, and was also translated to several languages, including Italian, German and French. His most successful work to date was his third novel “El Feel El Azraq” (The Blue Elephant), which was published in 2012, and won first place in Cairo's Book Exhibition sales for the year 2013, and was later adapted to a film in 2014, for which Mourad also wrote the screenplay, and was a box office hit.

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