Nassim Abassi

Nassim Abassi

CEO at Moondust Production
Director, Producer and Screenwriter

Casablanca, Morocco

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October 2012
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About Nassim

Nassim Abassi holds both Moroccan and British citizenship and attended Film School at the Surrey Institute of Art and Design in the UK in 1997. He has produced and directed several short films both in the UK and in Morocco which were well received in the British and foreign film festival circuit

“THE WINTER SUN IS A LIE”, his first produced English feature film won the AWARD for BEST FEATURE FILM at the International Digital Film Festival in New Delhi (2005).

“BILA HOUDOUD” (WITHOUT LIMITS) is the second film he wrote and directed. It’s a Moroccan thriller with Moroccan film star Alia. It was the most watched film on Moroccan television when it was broadcast on national television in June 2008.

"MAJID", his third film as a Producer and Film director was released in Moroccan cinemas on 30 March 2011. The film enjoyed public and critical acclaim in Morocco and took part in more than 30 world film festivals and won over 10 international prizes since it’s release.
The English website for my Moroccan feature film MAJID:

“MY UNCLE”, his fourth feature film as a Producer and Film director is in the post-production phase and will be released in Moroccan cinemas late 2016.

After the announcement in March 2016 of the new changes in Moroccan financial law concerning film shoots in Morocco, he decided to expand MOONDUST PRODUCTIONS activities to offer high quality film services to foreign shoots in Morocco.



  • My Uncle

    My Uncle (0000 - 2016)
    Drama by Moondust Productions / Nassim Abassi Film Producer / Director Alia is a struggling young actress who lives in a small apartment in Rabat, the capital of Morocco. She shares it with two young women, Leila and Hind. Her uncle Abderraouf comes to Rabat with his sick wife where she has to undergo surgery in a well known state hospital. The operation goes wrong and she falls into a coma. Alia is obliged to take in her uncle and let him stay with her until his wife wakes up from her coma. We discover Alia's work and frustrations as her uncle goes with her to television and film castings. The lives of the three young women and the old man becomes more and more difficult as time passes by, until the story reach an inevitable denouement.


    MAJID (2011)
    Film by Moondust Productions Producer, Director, Writer


    BILA HUDOUD (2008)
    Film by 2M SOREAD Director, Writer


    HKAYTI MA MRATI (2007)
    Film by SNRT Director


    Film by Moondust Productions Producer, Director, Writer


  • Best feature film Award for MAJID at the FIFEJ Tunisia


  • Surrey Institute of Art and Design

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