August 14, 2022

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Algerian artist Mohamed Helmi has died in his 90s

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Yesterday morning, Algerian television announced that Algerian artist Mohamed Helmi had passed away at the age of 90.

The deceased Mohamed Helmi was buried yesterday afternoon in the CD Mohammed Cemetery in the Algerian capital.

The artist, Mohamed Helmi, whose real name is Amsian Brahimi, was born on February 15, 1931 in DC Oso.

The late filmmaker, comedian and songwriter Mohamed Helmi, at the age of ten, participated in the first show of his life, the play “Separation Rule”.

At the age of thirteen, he left his village and headed for the capital, where the treating physician discovered that he was working as a courier at an insurance company “suffering from osteoarthritis,” and in parallel he received correspondence for three people. Years, and in 1949 he joined the radio, and he wrote plays, which he represented on the radio for the Tamazight Channel with Sheikh Nooruddin and Abdur Esker.

After independence, he wrote a number of comedies using short songs and began directing short and medium films such as “The Darkness”; “Al-Shida”; “I agree”.

In 1993, he directed his first film, “The Wolf Chop”, and at his expense released a short film, “Democracy” or “The Scream of Silence” and “A Strange Journey”, a biography and present of the past. , ”Which was released in 2003 by Kasba Publications.

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