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Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately, especially if potentially or harmful. (July 2013) Darine Hamze Born Darine Hamze ( 1979-07-05) July 5, 1979 (age 39), Nationality Occupation Years active 2001 – present Darine Hamze (: دارين حمزة‎); is a actress. She is one of the well known professional actresses in the credited for taking on diverse, daring and complex roles in different languages and countries. She's the most famous serious cinema actress in her generation. Graduated from London in Acting, She has been working in film, television and theatre since 2001 in The Middle East and Europe. Darine won the Best Actress Award in Oran International Film Festival 2017 for her role in film Nuts. Darine speaks, and.

Contents. Biography Darine Hamze was born on the 5th of July in the colorful 80s, as a second child to a flight engineer father and a painter mother, in, and raised in, Lebanon.


She was sent to the , between the age of 8 and 13, to a British in, along with her two brothers. During her time in England, Darine discovered 's theatre. Evidently her first appearance on a stage was during this young age in Bath participating in all school plays. In 1998 Darine Hamze applied and was accepted to the Academy of the, Theatre Department. 2002 was the year of her graduation with a in Theatre Arts (acting/directing). Her new love of film expanded more as she acted the main role in the film 'Her Absurdity' by in the year 2001. She continued taking on theatre proposals by acting in the object-moving theatre play 'THE' by Sam Bardawil the same year.

The following year, 2002, Darine travelled back to London that year to publish her poetry art book '7am Blink' on the web launched in collaboration with painter/illustrator Rafic Majzoub. In 2002, Darine travelled to where she attended film making classes.

There she acted in the short student film “The Park” directed by Nadine Khouri. Her connection with England led her, in 2003, to apply to the British Council's MA scholarships. She was accepted and travelled to for an in Media Arts Practice at the. In 2005, Darine returned to Beirut with her MA from London and directly started giving courses in acting, editing and in a number of Universities. She also worked as a director/editor in two cinema critique episodes in the program 'Al-Adasa Al-Arabia', for.

In 2010, Darine starred in the Iranian film which depicts Jews massacring Arabs while seeking God-Like Powers. The film was directed by Parviz Sheikh Tadi and nominated in the.

International Film Acting Career Credited as one of the best Arab actresses for taking on challenging and complex roles in different dialects and languages throughout the region, her international film career began in 2009 starring in a big Iranian acclaimed feature film - Ketabe Ghanoon, co-starring legendary Iranian movie star and directed by Maziar Miri, in which Darine studied intensive Persian dialect for it. The film had some controversy at first for criticizing the way Islam was being practiced erroneously in certain societies in Iran but was later on accepted as a smart amusing self-critiquing social romantic comedy and was a big hit and has since become a cult-underground film. Her next unique role was in 2011’s French/Lebanese controversial film opposite French actor, directed by, which made a huge controversy because of its political sub-text and explicit scenes.

Darine took on the challenge this time to portray (Zoha) a wild romantic alternative singer that falls in love with a French spy. Darine practiced her French and even took singing classes which made the film’s soundtrack, with her voice, a hit. But the film was banned in Lebanon due to suggestive scenes depicting the Lebanese government as covering up some kind of information regarding the assassination of former Prime Minister. However, the film aired in France and Germany on Arte, and Darine was bombarded by opposing opinions for playing such a daring role. She was praised by the liberal audiences and out-shun by conformists in a number of Arab societies, for playing the French audacious role. In 2016 Darine first came to the attention of the American audiences with her performance in the German/Lebanese film (and sex), directed by Assad Fouladkar and produced by Razor Films, which screened at the US film festivals Sundance and The Hamptons as well as many other international film festivals and screened the HFPA nominations. She depicted the dreamy role of 'Loubna', a Muslim divorced woman trying to live her love life and desires without breaking any of her religion's rules, and in it she took on the taboo topic of the Islamic (which is a short-term contract marriage).

As Darine accepted an Award for it in Japan (Fukuoka International Film Festival 2016) she confirmed that she “looks for roles that challenge her psychologically and mentally, as well as fill her human emotions to stimulate evolution, because film is also a window into other people’s worlds, a small peak into the other’s point of view, which can help wake up society’s humanity and lend a hand in bring humans together. And that she hopes that with every character she plays she brings a voice to those hidden closed windows that can help unite races, religions and cultures through the common grounds of art”.

Contents. Plot One evening, a married young singer Zoha meets the French lawyer Mathieu in a night club in.

Mathieu will become suspected of spying, while Zoha is trying to flee from her husband. Despite these problems, the two will witness a love story for few days mixed with violence and fear. Cast. as Zoha. as Hicham. as Mathieu.

as Rabih. as Abbas Nominations. during the 2011 Locarno Film Festival.

Controversy The movie was banned from viewing in Lebanon due to mentioning the Hariri assassination in the plot. References.