Mohamed Ali Nahdi

Mohamed Ali Nahdi is a Tunisian actor and director. He started acting at the age of 15. After several participations in many TV series and films, he moved to France to study cinema at the Conservatoire Libre du Cinéma Français (CLCF). Mohamed returned to Tunisia three years later and worked on several films as an Editor and Assistant Director and starred in a lot of Tunisian and foreign films, such as Black Gold. His first short film as a director was The Project in 2008, which was selected at many festivals, such as Clermont Ferrand. He went on to direct two shorts; Once Upon A Time at Dawn and the documentary Finally We Talk. He also directed Black Box TV series. Fatum is his fourth short film.