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|Occupation||Film director, screenwriter|
|Spouse(s)||Soad Hosny (m. 1970-1981)|
Ali Badrakhan (born April 25, 1946) is an Egyptian film director and screenwriter, the son of the director Ahmed Badrakhan. He worked as assistant to Fatin Abdel Wahab in Land of Hypocrisy in 1968, and with Youssef Chahine in the films "Selection" in 1971 and The Sparrow in 1974; his first movie was "The Love That Was" (1973) by Soad Hosny. Badrakhan collaborated with Naguib Mahfouz, Salah Jahin, and Ahmed Zaki.
Badrakhan was born to father Ahmed Badrakhan and mother Salwa Allam in Cairo circa 1946.
|1975||Karnak Cafe||الكرنك||Director, Writer|
|1978||Shafika and Metwali||شفيقة ومتولي||Director, Writer|
|1981||People on the Top||أهل القمة||Director, Writer|
|1986||The Hunger||Al-Go'a, الجوع||Director, Writer, Producer|
|1991||The Sheperd and the Women||Al-Ra'i wal Nisaa, الراعى والنساء||Director, Producer|
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