Amine Chiboub was born on 22 March 1982 in Tunis and studied cinema at the ESRA (Ecole Supérieure de Réalisation Audiovisuelle) in Paris. Back in Tunis, he began a career as an assistant director on short and feature films, as well as on commercials. In 2006, he directed his first professional short film, Contretemps, as part of the first edition of the "Dix courts, dix regards" collection. In 2009, he directed his second short film, Obsession, for which he won various awards around the world. In 2011, he directed his third short film, Pourquoi moi? which won the audience award at various festivals around the world. In 2012, he directed the sitcom El Icha Fan for the Tunisian national channel El Watanyia. Resistance, made in 2014 is his fourth short film. In 2017, he directed the television series Jnoun El Kayla for the Tunisian national channel El Watanyia. In 2018, he directed Season 2 of the same series and won the prize for best director at the Ramadan Award. 2021 he directs the police series 13, Rue Garibaldi for which he wins the award for best director at the Amag Ramadan Ceremony.