The Sandman '22
Razane joins the cast of Netflix's most streamed shows for the year 2022 as Lyta Hall.
The Sandman is based on Neil Geiman's popular comics and follows the journey of the Sandman, payed by actor Tom Sturridge.
Razane is the first Arabic woman to be in a DC comics to date.
Kira & El Gin
Kira & El Gin '22
Razane portrays the role of Emily in Marwan Hamed's 'Kira and El Gin'. She joins the star studded cast to play the daughter of a British official in Egypt in 1919. The rebellious archeologist gets caught up in an unusual love affair with Egyptian revolutionary Kira played by Karim Abdel aziz. In July 2022, K&G became the highest grossing film in Egyptian film history.
Netflix Original '20
Paranormal is a six episodes original Netflix show based on the best selling novels by the late Dr. Ahmed Khalid Tawfic. It follows the journey of haematologist Dr. Refaat Ismael and his Scottish love interest and university colleague, Maggie McKillop, as they enter a perilous journey into the Paranormal universe in order to save their loved ones from a grave danger.
Directed by Amr Salama, starring Ahmed Amin as Refaat and Razane Jammal as Maggie.
Une Histoire de Fou
Feature Film '15
Drama film by Robert Guediguian starring Arianne Ascaride and Syrus Shahidi
Cannes Film Festival '15 (Official Selection)
Berlin Station '16
Tv Series about Daniel Miller (Richard Armitage), who has just arrived at the CIA foreign station in Berlin, Germany to uncover the source of a leak who has supplied information to a now-famous whistleblower named Thomas Shaw
Feature Film/Miniseries '10
Biographical film by Olivier Assayas
Cannes Film Festival '10 (Official Selection)
Golden Globes '11 (Winner Best Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television)
Tv Series '14
Comedy with actor Hend Sabry
Tv Series '15
Period Drama with actors Kosai al Kauli and Yosra
Maki & Zorro
Short Film '17
The lives of two women - Maki, a runaway migrant worker, and Zorro, an out-of-work actress - intersect when a diamond-smuggling operation in Beirut goes terribly wrong.
Feature Film '17
Comedy film by Stéphane Kazandjian starring Eric Metzger, Quentin Margot and Marie-Anne Chazel