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Josef Fares

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Nationality  Swedish
Role  Film director
Name  Josef Fares

Years active  1996–present
Ethnicity  Assyrian
Parents  Mariam Fares, Jan Fares
Josef Fares Brothers A Tale of Two Sons creator Josef Fares stops

Born  19 September 1977 (age 45) (1977-09-19) Beirut, Lebanon
Occupation  Film director, screenwriter, actor
Siblings  Fares Fares, Michael Fares, Caroline Fares
Nominations  European Film Award for European Discovery of the Year, Robert Award for Best Non-American Film
Movies  Jalla! Jalla!, Kopps, Balls, Zozo
Similar People  Fares Fares, Torkel Petersson, Jan Fares, Laleh, Anna Anthony

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Josef Fares (born 19 September 1977) is a Crystal-Simorgh winning Swedish-Lebanese-Assyrian film director. His brother is the actor Fares Fares, who has appeared in many of his films.


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Josef Fares moved to Sweden when he was 10 years old and lives in Örebro, Örebro län.

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Variety declared him one of ten upcoming directors to watch in 2006. The same year he won the Nordic Council Film Prize for his film Zozo.

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He also played the character of Josef in his feature film Leo, which was selected for the Focus section in the 58th Edition of the Berlin International Film Festival in 2008.

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In 2013, he directed his first video game, Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons. The game was well received by critics. Its focus is on the interaction between two brothers and on their journey to save their father. His next video game will be A Way Out.

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  • Jalla! Jalla! (2000)
  • Kopps (2003)
  • Zozo (2005)
  • Leo (2007)
  • Balls (2010)
  • References

    Josef Fares Wikipedia