Biographies: Assad Fouladkar - Director


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Assad Fouladkar is a Lebanese television director of Iranian descent. He studied in Lebanon, and majored in film direction in Boston University, where he also made several documentaries. He then moved to Australia to work as an assistant director in a number of sit-coms. Assad then returned to Lebanon, now working as a film critic and university teacher. After he made his award-winning debut feature “Lama Hekiet Mariam” (When Mariam Told her Story) in 2002, he went on to focus his career on sit-coms, the most famous of which being “Ragel we Set Settat” (A Man and Six Women).