SYRIA: ABDUL HAMID AND HIS FILMS
A. S. SHAKHOV Candidate of Historical Sciences Scientific Research Institute of Cinematography (VGIK) Keywords: Syria, cinema, Abdul Latif Abdul Hamid The work of the Syrian film director, screenwriter and actor Abdul Latif Abdul Hamid is of great interest not only in the home country of the cinematographer, but also abroad. The films of the graduate of the All-Union State Institute of Cinematography (VGIK), which have been awarded prestigious awards at international film festivals, are distinguished by a multi-faceted and truthful depiction of the problems of national reality, as well as a deep understanding of the characters of film characters. It is in the combination of life's truth and a heartfelt disclosure of the thoughts and actions of screen characters that the key feature of the work of one of the most gifted and authoritative modern masters of film art in Syria lies. The director's film productions that have achieved audience sympathies are described in the article offered to the readers ' attention. Abdul Latif Abdul Hamid made the first test student short films "Good Night", "Old Lesson" and "Topsy-turvy" while still a student of the directing department of VGIK (workshop of People's Artist of the USSR Yuri Nikolaevich Ozerov). After graduating in 1981, he returned to his homeland and joined the General Organization of Syrian Cinema. Like other young colleagues in the film department, he started his career by producing short documentaries. A significant moment in the creative biography of Abdul Latif was 1983, when he acted as an assistant to the Syrian director Mohammed Malas-also a graduate of VGIK - on the feature film "City Dreams", which a year later, in 1984, was awarded the main prize" Golden Tanita " at the Carthage International Film Festival 1. In order to enrich his professional skills and become more confident in screen art, in 1988 Abdul Hamid tried his hand at the role of a film actor, starring in the feature film "Day Stars" by another Sy ... Read more
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