Below are Mamoun’s credited Editing roles, although he has acted as an uncredited advising editor on many other productions.

2019   Araña  (Spider)
Directed by Andrés Wood
Supervising Editor (credited as Mamoun Hassan Creative Consultant)
The activities of a quasi-fascist group in Chile in 1973 as seen through the tortuous relationships of a well-heeled couple and a former pilot.
Toronto Film Festival and San Sebastian Film Festival.

1971  Here Are Ladies
Directed by John Quested
Siobhan McKenna plays leading roles from Drama and Fiction by Great Irish writers.
Prize Winner Venice International Film Festival 1971

1970   Millay at Steepletop
Directed and photographed by Kevin Brownlow
Documentary about the American poet, Edna St Vincent Millay
(Kevin Brownlow later won many awards and honours, including a lifetime achievement Oscar, the Bafta Michael Balcon award for outstanding British contribution to cinema, Légion d’honneur Arts et Lettres (France), Georges-Sadoul Prize, etc), and has written many books, and directed documentaries, on cinema history)

1969   Three for Society
Directed by Peter Kingsgate Smith
Documentary for the Spastics Society about three people suffering in various degrees from spasticity

1969   Wild and Free Twice Daily
Directed by Chris Menges
Documentary about a travelling circus in the north of England
(First film directed by Chris Menges later won 2 Oscars, the Grand Prix at Cannes, and Bafta Awards, etc)

1967   The Pre-Raphaelite Revolt
Directed by David Thompson for the Arts Council of Great Britain
Art documentary

1966   Turner
Directed by David Thompson for the Arts Council of Great Britain
Art documentary

1962-64   Assistant Film Editor – British Broadcasting Corporation
Assistant Film Editor on Documentaries, Drama and filmed episodes on Comedy and Entertainment.

1961-62   Assistant Film Editor – Samaritan Films
Assistant Film editor to Kevin Brownlow (later Oscar winner, Director, Film Historian)
Also assistant to Editor Paul Davies on Mai Zetterling’s The War Game (Golden Lion for Best Short Film, Venice Film Festival 1963)

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