Khaled Yousef خالد يوسف

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Khaled Youssef is an Egyptian director. His father was a mayor. Khaled studied in the electrical engineering division of the faculty of engineering at Banha University. He graduated in 1990. While a student at university he held the post of Student Union president, he also...Read more directed a play titled (Al Moharej). The screenplay for that production was authored by the deceased Syrian writer Mohamed Al Maouz and was performed at the Taliaa theater as part of a university students production. Khaled Youssef had the opportunity to get to know the departed director Youssef Chahine while a student through his film screenings and also through the seminars he held at the university. Khaled Youssef also performed in Chahine’s 1991 documentary film “Al Qahira Menawara bi Ahlaha”. Moreover, Khaled contributed to the screenplays of “Al Mohajer”, “Al Maseer” and “Al Akhir” and also worked as an assistant director on the set of “Eskandiria New York”. Thus, Khaled Youssef had a long history of partnership with Youssif Chahine. In 2001, Khaled Youssef began directing his first cinematic production which was titled “Al Asifa” and starred Yousra, Hanan Tourk, Hani Salama and Mohamed Nagaty. The film was a big success. Later in 2003 he directed the film “Gawaz bi Qarar Jamhoury” that starred Hanan Tourk and Hani Ramzy, this was followed by “Anta Oumry” which featured Nelly Kareem and Hany Salama. In 2005, Khaled Youssif presented his fourth film titled “Ouija”. This film starred Shereef Mounir, Hani Salama, Mouna Shalby and Hend Sabry. In the following year he presented “Khiyana Mashroua” which starred Hani Salama, Sumayah Al Khashab and May Ezz Al Deen. In 2007 he presented “Heena Maysara” that starred Sumaya Al Khashab and Amr Saad. Later that same year, in a collaborative effort with his mentor Youssif Chahine, Khaled directed “Heya Fawda”. In 2008 Khaled directed “Al Rayyis Omar Harb”, this was followed in 2009 by “Dukkan Shahata” that starred Hayfa Wehbe and Amr Saad.

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  • Khaled Youssef is an Egyptian director. His father was a mayor. Khaled studied in the electrical engineering division of the faculty of engineering at Banha University. He...Read more graduated in 1990. While a student at university he held the post of Student Union president, he also directed a play titled (Al Moharej). The screenplay for that production was authored by the deceased Syrian writer Mohamed Al Maouz and was performed at the Taliaa theater as part of a university students production. Khaled Youssef had the opportunity to get to know the departed director Youssef Chahine while a student through his film screenings and also through the seminars he held at the university. Khaled Youssef also performed in Chahine’s 1991 documentary film “Al Qahira Menawara bi Ahlaha”. Moreover, Khaled contributed to the screenplays of “Al Mohajer”, “Al Maseer” and “Al Akhir” and also worked as an assistant director on the set of “Eskandiria New York”. Thus, Khaled Youssef had a long history of partnership with Youssif Chahine. In 2001, Khaled Youssef began directing his first cinematic production which was titled “Al Asifa” and starred Yousra, Hanan Tourk, Hani Salama and Mohamed Nagaty. The film was a big success. Later in 2003 he directed the film “Gawaz bi Qarar Jamhoury” that starred Hanan Tourk and Hani Ramzy, this was followed by “Anta Oumry” which featured Nelly Kareem and Hany Salama. In 2005, Khaled Youssif presented his fourth film titled “Ouija”. This film starred Shereef Mounir, Hani Salama, Mouna Shalby and Hend Sabry. In the following year he presented “Khiyana Mashroua” which starred Hani Salama, Sumayah Al Khashab and May Ezz Al Deen. In 2007 he presented “Heena Maysara” that starred Sumaya Al Khashab and Amr Saad. Later that same year, in a collaborative effort with his mentor Youssif Chahine, Khaled directed “Heya Fawda”. In 2008 Khaled directed “Al Rayyis Omar Harb”, this was followed in 2009 by “Dukkan Shahata” that starred Hayfa Wehbe and Amr Saad.

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