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Ziad is an Egyptian Lebanese actor who starred in the third season of Netflix's hit series EMILY IN PARIS, which was nominated for a Golden Globe and Primetime Emmy. He also appeared in the second season of the coming-of-age drama series, HANNA, which was nominated for multiple awards, including a Primetime Emmy, and was screened on Amazon.
On the big screen, Ziad starred in Chloé Mazlo's SKIES OF LEBANON, which was featured in several prestigious festivals across the world. SKIES OF LEBANON earned Mazlo a nomination for Best New Director at the 2021 San Francisco Film Festival and Best First Film at the 2022 Lumiere Awards in France. Moreover, it was selected to be screened in the International Critics' Week of the 2020 Cannes Film Festival.
Additionally, Jallad dipped his toes in Arab drama when he played the role of Karim in the first season of Mariam Abu Ouf’s LEH LAA?! starring Amina Khalil, Mohamed Al-Sharnuby, Shereen Reda, and Hany Adel.
Ziad's latest work is Wissam Charaf's Lebanese drama DIRTY, DIFFICULT, DANGEROUS, which held its Arab premiere at the second session of the Red Sea International Film Festival and opened the 19th edition of the Giornate Degli Autori Competition at the 79th edition of the Venice International Film Festival, where it won Best European Film. MAD Solutions manages the film’s distribution in the Arab world
A young Saudi actress who participated in shaping the Saudi artistic scene lately. Her most recent artworks include 90 DAYS, which was released in Saudi theaters on August 2022. The film is produced by Faisal Alharbi and Afkar Algad for Artistic Production and was written and directed by Khalid Alharbi.
Fay Fouad starred in the film alongside Faisal Al-Zahrani, Marwa Mohamed, Muhammad Al-Hashi, Badr Al-Matrafi, Wedd Osama, Sanaa Bakr Younis, Abdul-Aziz Alsokayreen, and Khalid Alharbi.
Fay also starred in several prominent artworks, such as the science fiction drama series BASHAR SHORTS, which is set in a near-future Saudi. This dystopian series tells the stories of individuals living in a technologically immersed world where AI and instinct collide. The series was directed by Sultan Al-Abdulmohsen, written by Mohamed Abdul Samad, and stars Khaled Saqr and Fatima Al-Banawi.
Additionally, she starred in the thriller series THE FATES HOTEL opposite Yaqoub Al-Farhan, Yazed Al-Mousa, Mutlaq Matar, Mila Alzahrani, and Mohamed El-Aljabarti. The series is written by Mohamed Abdul-Samad and directed by Mohammed Alholayyil.
Moreover, she starred in FAQD, which is written by Sameer Arif, directed by Mohamed Al-Fahadi, and starring Mila Alzahrani, Faisal Al-Dokhi, Layla Al-Salman, and Noura Asser.
Among her anticipated work in 2023 is the film ALHAMOUR, which is scheduled to be released in cinemas starting January 19th. The film tells the story of the biggest heist in the history of Saudi Arabia, which occurred in the early 1920s.
ALHAMOUR is directed by Abdulelah Alqurashi, written by Hani Kadour and Omar Bahabri, and stars Fatima Al-Banawi, Fahd Al-Qahtani, Khaled Yeslam, Ismail Al-Hassan, Khayria Abu Laban, and Hossam Al-Harthi.
Moreover, she stars in the series ADAM AND EVE, which tackles the different types of relations between men and women — whether it’s fellowship, friendship, or even marriage — in addition to tackling social problems, such as cheating and mental illness.
The series is written by Ali Shams, directed by Hussein El-Haliby, and stars Souad Ali, Huda El-Khateib, Ibrahim Al-Zadjali, and Mayssa Maghrebi.
Moreover, she stars in the second season of MINHO WALADNA? — the first season of which joined the Joy Awards. The show was directed by Mounir Al-Zaabi and written by Sami Alfolayeh.