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Mohammed Saeed Harib is a Director born on 1978 at Dubai (Emirats arabes unis)

Mohammed Saeed Harib

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Birth 1978 (45 years) at Dubai (Emirats arabes unis)

Mohammed Saeed Harib (Arabic: محمد سعيد حارب‎; born in 1978, in Dubai) is an animator from the United Arab Emirates, accredited as the creator and producer of Freej; an animated UAE cartoon series. Harib is a Northeastern University graduate, majoring in General Arts and Animation, and holds the distinction as the first 3D cartoon animator from the Middle East.

Harib recently directed Freej Folklore, the largest Arabic theatrical production in the region. Freej Folklore marks a new era in the entertainment industry through Harib’s introduction of innovative approach that combined magnificent art with highly sophisticated
technical tools. The show is set to tour the region after the great success it saw in the United Arab Emirates.

Usually with

Bill Plympton
Bill Plympton
(1 films)
Roger Allers
Roger Allers
(1 films)
Salma Hayek
Salma Hayek
(1 films)
Tomm Moore
Tomm Moore
(1 films)
Joann Sfar
Joann Sfar
(1 films)
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The Prophet, 1h24
Directed by Bill Plympton, Roger Allers, Joann Sfar, Mohammed Saeed Harib, Tomm Moore, Gaëtan et Paul Brizzi
Origin USA
Genres Animation
Actors Quvenzhané Wallis, Liam Neeson, John Krasinski, Salma Hayek, Frank Langella, Alfred Molina
Rating70% 3.5017253.5017253.5017253.5017253.501725
Kamila, a widowed mother, works as the housekeeper for Mustafa, a foreign poet, painter, and political activist being held under house arrest. Mustafa is guarded by the soldier Halim, who has a secret crush on Kamila. Kamila's daughter, Almitra, has stopped talking due to her father's death, and has become a troublemaker who frequently steals from local merchants. Almitra has seagulls for her only friends; she even seems able to talk to them by making birdlike noises. Halim's pompous Sergeant arrives to tell Mustafa that he is now free, but he must board a ship to his home country by day's end. The Sergeant escorts Mustafa to the ship, and Mustafa spends the time conversing with Kamila, Almitra and Halim, as well as with the townspeople, who regard him as a hero. Mustafa's conversations, ranging in topics from freedom to marriage to parenthood to eating, are animated by the movie's many directors in their own unique styles.