Rabah Ameur-Zaimeche



Ameur-Zaďmeche (born in 1966) is a director, screenwriter and actor. He was born in Algiers and moved to France as a two-year-old. He grew up in the Parisian suburbs, and after studying sociology, in 1999 founded the production company Sarrazinc Productions. In 2001 he made his first film Wesh wesh, qu'est-ce qui se passe?. Four years later he wrote and directed his second feature film Bled Number One (2006).


Films by this director

Bled Number One


Directed by: Rabah Ameur-Zaimeche
PHOTOGRAPHY: Lionel Sautier, Hakim Si Ahmed, Olivier Smittarello

The director plays a man who returns to his home village. We follow the daily life in the village from the hero’s perspective: relationships between the villagers, friendships and hostilities, existing rituals and traditions. Hero’s best friend is an alcoholic who beats up his own sister because she has disgraced her family by leaving her cruel husband. The villagers build barricades in order to prevent the influence of foreign world views.

color, 104 min

Terminal Sud

(France, 2019)

Directed by: Rabah Ameur-Zaimeche
PHOTOGRAPHY: Irina Lubtchansky, Camille Clément

Film has both Croatian and English subtitles.

color, DCP, 96'
See full programe