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Zinoun Chems Eddine
Acteur/trice | Assistant/e réalisateur | Chorégraphe | Danseur/se
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Parfois crédité sous le nom de
Chams Eddine ZINOUN

NĂ© en 1980 Ă  Casablanca (Maroc) dans une famille d'artistes.
Il décède le 12 Novembre 2008, à l'âge de 28 ans.

Chems Eddine ZINOUN a joué le rôle de IBN BATTUTA dans Journey to Mecca(Voyage à la Mecque) (2009, Bruce Neibaur). Ce fût la première fois qu'on lui confiait le premier rôle dans un film.

Il était le fils du cinéaste Lahcen Zinoun.

Zinoun was born in 1980 in Casablanca to a family of distinguished professional dancers.
Both his parents and older brother all dance, as did he. At age six, he began piano lessons and attended his family's dance school until he was 15 when he traveled to Belgium to study classical ballet at the Royal Ballet School of Flanders, where he remained for three years, earning his professional dance diploma. He next landed a two-year contract with the Royal Ballet of Flanders, touring such countries as Ireland, Spain, Portugal, Holland and the United States and dancing in such classical ballets as "Romeo and Juliet," and "The Sleeping Beauty."
He then moved to France to join the contemporary dance troupe at the Centre Choreographic National, the Ballet du Nord in Lisle, working with clowns, acrobats among others. During this time, he choreographed his first dance, "Enfants de Coeurs." At age 24, Zinoun returned to Morocco to choreograph a festival of traditional dance in Marrakech. He then joined his father, who was also a film director, as his assistant and had a small acting role in "La Beauté éparpillé". His first professional film role was in the Swedish production, "The Knights Templar", directed by Peter Flint, a two-part series shot in Sweden, Denmark and Morocco, about Saladin, who conquered Jerusalem. The period picture was based on the book by Jean Guillou. He learned to ride a horse for his second film, the sci-fi feature "The Objective", directed by Daniel Merrick (Blair Witch Project) filmed in Afghanistan and Morocco. Playing a guide to the CIA which is secretly searching for outer planetary life, Zinoun spoke English and Berber in the film. The film recently premiered and won a prize at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City.
Chems Eddine ZINOUN played IBN BATTUTA the legendary world traveler from the 14th century undertaking his first pilgrimage to Mecca from Tangier. Journey to Mecca marked Zinoun's first lead role in a film. The entire production team was deeply saddened by the death of Chems on November 12, 2008, shortly after the film was completed. He was 28 years old.

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Grand Voyage d'Ibn Battûta (Le) | Journey to Mecca 2008
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Beauté éparpillée (La) | (Oud l'ward) 2006
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