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Fadel, Yassine

Posted on Mar 31, 2016 in F, Filmmakers Database | 0 comments

Yassine Fadel in Ustica

Yassine Fadel

Actor, screenwriter, producer and director (Agadir, Morocco, 1.19.1987)

Self-educated actor, born in Agadir, Morocco, in 1987, and based in Belgium. His thirst for discovery leads him to explore the arts sector. In 2012, he met Philipp Stölzl, director of the action thriller The Expatriate, who gave him his first film role, after some extras. Since then, shootings made him travel: to Canada for Diego Star by Frédérick Pelletier, to Belgium with the short La Part Sauvage by Guérin van de Vorst, to France with Les Conquérants by Xabi Molia, to Holland for Kidnapping Mr. Heineken by Daniel Alfredson, to UK for BBC TV series The Missing. In 2014 Yassine wrote, produced and directed a comedy short called Declic.

Fadel played the role of Fadhal Al Khalil, the pilot of Libyan MIG shot down by US fighter planes on the very same day of the Ustica massacre, according to the scenario by the Italian director Renzo Martinelli in his Ustica movie, filmed in March-April 2015 and released on March 31, 2016, also starring Lubna Azabal and Jonis Bascir. He starred as lead also in Isola che non c‘è, a French film by Fabianny Deschamps filmed in Italy in September 2015.

Italian Filmography

Ustica (Renzo Martinelli, 2016, ff, act)

Frame taken from:

Ustica. Dir. Renzo Martinelli. Martinelli Film Company International, MiBACT, WFE, 2016.


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