Moroccan Actress and producer.
She is credited sometimes as
"[In 2011, when the National Film Festival in Tangier paid tribute to her,] the artist had, for the past few days, experienced the greatest happiness of her professional life. ‘I don't know how to express my joy at receiving this tribute, which I consider as honoring all actresses in Morocco.' Known for her modesty and her simplicity, this hugely talented actress stands out for her sense of humor. […] Thanks to a remarkable artistic career in which she excelled in her interpretation of complex roles, over the years she has built up great popularity among her fans. […] ‘I feel as if acting flows through my veins.'"
Fatima Harandi "Raouia" started out in theater, and made her movie debut in the 1990s, thanks to the Moroccan director Mohamed El Abbazi, who offered her a role in his film Les Trésors de l'Atlas. Her talent and energy were soon sought by filmmakers such as Saâd Chraïbi, Jillali Ferhati, Nour-Eddine Lakhmari, and Narjiss Nejjar. Fatima Harandi "Raouia" also broke through on the international stage, working on many films, including And Now Ladies and Gentlemen by Claude Lelouch, Stranded by Hugues and Sandra Martin, and Of Gods and Men by Xavier Beauvois.
LES PÈLERINES, by Mohamed Achaour. Role: Hajja Mamass
A MILE IN MY SHOES (Massafat mile bihidayi), by Saïd Khallaf
- Best Actress, Festival National du Film 2016
- Best Actress, Carthage Film Festival (JCC 2016), Tunisia
2015 Aya wal bahr / Aya Goes to the Beach, by Maryam Touzani (Short)
FORMATAGE, by Mourad El Khaoudi
-Best Supporting Actress, Festival National du Film 2014
SAGA, L'HISTOIRE DES HOMMES QUI NE REVIENNENT JAMAIS, by Othman Naciri.
THE PHYSICIAN (L'Oracle), by Philipp Stölzl (2h 30min | Germany).
Role: Mirdin's Mother (as Fatima Harrandi)
PILLOW SECRETS (Secrets d'oreiller - Sarirou al assrar), by Jillali Ferhati.
ROCK THE CASBAH, by Laila Marrakchi.
Role: Yacout (as Fatima Harani'Raouia')
L'ENFANT CHEIKH (L'enfant cheikh), by Hamid Benani (Hamid Bennani)
FREE MEN (Les hommes libres), by Ismail Ferroukhi
Role: La femme voilée, by (as Raouya)
Affaires étrangères, by Vincenzo Marano (TV Series). Episode : Maroc.
Role: Grand-mère Bencassim (as Raouya)
Gilgamesh, by Peter Ringgaard ((Bahrain, Short).
Role: Ninsun (as Fatima Harandi)
The Shepherd, by Nicolas Pier Morin (Short).
Role: Taxi Driver (as Fatima Harrandi)
STRANDED (Djinns), by Hugues Martin & Sandra Martin.
Role: Daouïa (as Raouia Harandi)
OF GODS AND MEN (Des hommes et des dieux), by Xavier Beauvois.
Role: La villageoise (as Raouya)
Sans paroles / Sin Palabras, by Othman Naciri (Short)
ANDROMANE, by Azz El Arabe Alaoui
CASANEGRA, by Nour Eddine Lakhmari.
Role: Adil's Mother (as Fatima Harrandi)
FRANÇAISE, by Souad El-Bouhati.
Role: La tante
IZORANE, by Azz El Arabe Alaoui
Une famille formidable, by Joël Santoni (TV Series).
Role: La diseuse de bonne aventure (as Raouya)
Wake Up Morocco, by Narjiss Nejjar.
Role: The chouwafa
Heaven's Doors, by Imad Noury & Swel Noury
Role: Beggar (as Fatima Harrandi)
TISSÉE DE MAIN ET D'ÉTOFFE, by Omar Chraibi
LA BEAUTÉ ÉPARPILLÉE, by Lahcen Zinoune
La jarre, by Mohamed Ahed Bensouda (Short) (as Raouya)
MÉMOIRE EN DÉTENTION, by Jillali Ferhati.
THE GREAT JOURNEY (Le grand voyage), by Ismaël Ferroukhi (Ismail Ferroukhi).
Role: The Beggar (as Raouya)
CRY NO MORE (Les yeux secs), by Narjiss Nejjar.
- Best Actress, Festival National du Film 2003
EL QODS, BAB AL MAGHARIBA, by Abdellah Masbahi
And Now... Ladies and Gentlemen..., by Claude Lelouch. Role: Healer (as Fatima Harrandi)
THIRST (Soif - Atash), by Saâd Chraïbi
Role: Menna's mother (as Fatima Harrandi)
MOUNA SABER, by Abdelhai Laaraki
LE POTE, by Hassan Benjelloun
LES LÈVRES DU SILENCE, by Hassan Benjelloun
HISTOIRE D'UNE ROSE, by Majid Rchiche
DU PARADIS À L'ENFER, by Said Souda
LES TRÉSORS DE L'ATLAS, by Mohamed El Abbazi
FILMOGRAPHY (as Producer)
2014 Saga, l'histoire des hommes qui ne reviennent jamais by Othman Naciri
* associate producer / executive producer / producer
FILMOGRAPHY - Music department
2011 Affaires étrangères (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
-. Episode : Maroc (2011)...
* performer: traditional song
Updated by Thierno Dia, on April 3rd 2020