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Gabriel Chamoun

Gabriel Chamoun


Having earned a BS in International Business and an MBA from Chapman University in California, and having worked in various fields for years, Gabriel Chamoun entered the audio-visual industry in 1991, as a producer and partner at The Talkies (a production company with offices in Beirut, Cairo, and Dubai). Under his management, the company evolved to become the regional leader in the production of TV commercials.

Chamoun also produced two short films: La Douche by Michel Kammoun, and Non-Métrage Libanais by Ghassan Kotait and Wissam Smayra.

In 2003 he founded the Fondation Liban Cinema, an NGO that develops and promotes filmmaking in Lebanon, where he serves as vice-president. He is also the treasurer of the Association of Lebanese Commercial Producers.

His experience, creativity, innovation, and managerial skills are well recognized in the film production industry. He always strives to develop talent and creativity and has been a driving force in the emergence of Lebanese filMore


Having earned a BS in International Business and an MBA from Chapman University in California, and having worked in various fields for years, Gabriel Chamoun entered the audio-visual industry in 1991, as a producer and partner at The Talkies (a production company with offices in Beirut, Cairo, and Dubai). Under his management, the company evolved to become the regional leader in the production of TV commercials.

Chamoun also produced two short films: La Douche by Michel Kammoun, and Non-Métrage Libanais by Ghassan Kotait and Wissam Smayra.

In 2003 he founded the Fondation Liban Cinema, an NGO that develops and promotes filmmaking in Lebanon, where he serves as vice-president. He is also the treasurer of the Association of Lebanese Commercial Producers.

His experience, creativity, innovation, and managerial skills are well recognized in the film production industry. He always strives to develop talent and creativity and has been a driving force in the emergence of Lebanese filMore

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