Jehane Noujaim is an Academy Award nominated American documentary film director best known for her films Control Room, Startup.com, Pangea Day and The Square. In 2019, she co-directed The Great Hack with Karim Amer.
|Born:||May 17, 1974, Washington, D.C.|
|Alma mater:||Harvard University|
|Occupation:||Documentary film director|
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About Jehane Noujaim
Egyptian-American documentary filmmaker best known for her films Control Room, Startup.com, The Square, and Pangea Day.
She graduated magna cum laude from Harvard University with a degree in Visual Arts and Philosophy.
She worked as a cinematographer for a number of documentaries, including Born Rich and Only the Strong Survive.
She was born in D.C., but her parents moved the family to Kuwait then Cairo when she was young.
She became a prominent documentarian in the same era as Michael Moore.
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- Milton Academy alumni
- Directors Guild of America Award winners
- Artists from Boston
- English-language film directors
- American documentary filmmakers