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Hiam Abbass

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L'empire des séries. Hiam Abbass aime le "challenge permanent" des séries

L'empire des séries

durée : 00:02:31 - L'empire des séries - par : Laurent Valière - Les coulisses des séries, et ce week end, la parole est aux comédiens dans l'Empire des séries. Deuxième volet avec l'actrice franco-israélienne Hiam Abbass, à l'affiche de "Ramy" sur Canal+.

2mins

28 Aug 2022

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L'empire des séries. Hiam Abbass, héroïne de "Succession"

L'empire des séries

durée : 00:03:44 - L'empire des séries - par : Laurent Valière - Les coulisses des séries avec la parole à la comédienne franco-israelienne Hiam Abbass, à l’affiche de plusieurs séries mondialement reconnues. Notamment "Succession".

3mins

27 Aug 2022

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A Suresnes, Hiam Abbass plaide pour une civilisation nouvelle

Affaires culturelles

durée : 00:05:54 - Affaire à suivre - par : Arnaud Laporte - La comédienne Hiam Abbass revient, au micro d'Arnaud Laporte, sur son nouveau spectacle "Plaidoyer pour une civilisation nouvelle", d'après les écrits de la philosophe Simone Weil. - invités : Hiam Abbass Actrice, réalisatrice et écrivaine

5mins

21 Oct 2021

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Hiam Abbass et son chœur d'habitants de Suresnes

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durée : 00:02:49 - Grand angle - par : Richard PLACE - Entre deux tournages de films, la comédienne Hiam Abbass prend le temps de jouer au théâtre. Elle sera sur la scène du Théâtre de Suresnes dans "Plaidoyer pour un nouvelle civilisation", un spectacle d'après des textes de la philosophe Simone Weil, entourée d'un choeur d'habitants de Suresnes.

2mins

21 Oct 2021

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'Succession' star Hiam Abbass on her rom-com in Gaza

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You might know Hiam Abbass as the enigmatic Marcia Roy in the hit TV series "Succession", or as the Egyptian-American mother Maysa in the award-winning comedy "Ramy". Or perhaps you know her for her roles in acclaimed films such as the Oscar-nominated drama "Paradise Now", as well as "Amreeka" and "The Syrian Bride". Her latest film is a romantic comedy set in Gaza, "Gaza Mon Amour".

13mins

5 Oct 2021

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Hiam Abbass : "Il n'y a rien de plus dur que la simplicité dans le monde artistique"

Affaires culturelles

durée : 00:56:14 - Affaires culturelles - par : Arnaud Laporte, Marie Sorbier - Bientôt en tournage pour la troisième saison de la série Succession, Hiam Abbass fait escale au micro d’Arnaud Laporte pour revenir sur son imaginaire et son processus de création. - réalisation : Alexandre Fougeron - invités : Hiam Abbass Actrice, réalisatrice et écrivaine

56mins

5 Oct 2020

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A quoi pensez vous, Hiam Abbass ?

A quoi rêvez-vous ?

durée : 00:03:31 - À quoi pensez-vous ? - par : Arnaud Laporte - Un court entretien comme une humeur du jour à partir de cette question : À quoi pensez-vous ? La comédienne Hiam Abbass y répond au micro d’Arnaud Laporte. - réalisation : Alexandre Fougeron - invités : Hiam Abbass Actrice, réalisatrice et écrivaine

3mins

5 Oct 2020

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Foreign Body - TIFF 2016 - Raja Arami, Hiam Abbass and Sarra Hannachi

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Raja, Hiam and Sarra talk about their new film Foreign Body, refugees, identity, relational complexity and the present over the future. For more information about TIFF go here. IMDB Trailer Synopsis Seeking refuge from her Islamist radical brother whom she informed on, a young woman arrives in France illegally following Tunisia’s Jasmine Revolution and discovers a new world of both hope and danger, in the fourth feature from writer-director Raja Amari (Satin Rouge, Buried Secrets). In the turbulent aftermath of the Tunisian revolution, young Samia (Sarra Hannachi) flees her homeland. She braves hostile seas in the crossing to France, but once there she finds that her struggles have only just begun. With no friends, no family, and — most crucially — no immigration papers, Samia has to figure out how to make a life and a living in a foreign land. She meets a young man, Imed (Salim Kechiouche, Blue is the Warmest Color), and soon finds work in the employ of the elegant Leila (the inimitable Hiam Abbass, subject of an In Conversation With event at the Festival this year). But her presence in Leila's middle-class household triggers a shift in its dynamics, and soon Samia is enmeshed in a web of sexual tension. Timely as it is, Foreign Body seems to typify a media narrative of forced mass migration: desperate, distressing, impossible. The film transcends this sweeping, reductive thinking due to the way director Raja Amari immerses her camera in Samia's new reality. She shoots with a close, handheld aesthetic that makes abstraction and generalization all but impossible, bringing us the story of a unique young woman. Hannachi portrays her character's inner turmoil brilliantly. Samia is sometimes ragged and sometimes refined, ranging from stoic to sensual, but this is not because she's unstable. Rather, it's because of her ability to change in response to different situations and environments — an ability born of necessity. This is a woman determined to survive at all costs. Biography Raja Amari was born in Tunis. She completed a Master's degree in French literature at the University of Tunis and studied cinema at La Fémis. Her features include Satin Rouge, Buried Secrets, and Foreign Body. ---------- For more information about my podcasting, writing and public speaking please visit my site here. With thanks to producer Josh Snethlage and Mixed Media Sound. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

40mins

25 Oct 2016