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Georges Hashem

Best-known for his feature movie, “Stray Bullet,” Georges Hachem began his theater studies at the Lebanese University and graduated from the Louis Lumière National School in France.

In 1992, he began organizing training workshops for actors and directors in Paris and in Beirut, and directed a number of plays and short movies in this context.

After returning to Beirut in 2006, he became the head of the Audiovisual Department at Antonine University.

In 2009, he wrote and directed the 20-minute short film “Messe du Soir,” before releasing “Stray Bullet” in 2010, which earned the Gold Muhr Award at the Dubai International Film Festival.

Best-known for his feature movie, “Stray Bullet,” Georges Hachem began his theater studies at the Lebanese University and graduated from the Louis Lumière National School in France.

In 1992, he began organizing training workshops for actors and directors in Paris and in Beirut, and directed a number of plays and short movies in this context.

After returning to Beirut in 2006, he became the head of the Audiovisual Department at Antonine University.

In 2009, he wrote and directed the 20-minute short film “Messe du Soir,” before releasing “Stray Bullet” in 2010, which earned the Gold Muhr Award at the Dubai International Film Festival.