L'hiver tells the story of a Syrian couple, who got married without the consent of their families due to their different religions, they flee the war in Syria to Jordan and live in very difficult conditions in a Neighborhoods in Amman
karam Awadat started his director's career in Warsha Studio and did sketches and YouTube programs as writer and director. He also worked in music and video clip industry.In 2020, he started his own program on YouTube "The Theater" as a presenter and writer where he spoke about cinema industry and how to start your own film. In 2021 the royal Jordanian film commission granted him a great chance to start his first real project as a director and writer with the short “Sheta”
Sama is a young lady who lives in a Lebanese village. She seeks winning one of the photography competitions in Beirut. She finds out that the deadline for submissions has approached, so she asks Hadi, her best friend and neighbor, for his help. He takes her on a tour in the old village's alleyways, and helps her in changing her perspective towards the village.
Narjess Karim, Lebanese, 22 years old, a fresh graduate from the Lebanese University (Cinema and Tv). She had participated in the making of some short film’s students. In July 2021 A Place Once Existed was submitted as her senior project and first short film. She works now as a freelance filmmaker and participates as a second Assistant Director in a TV show
In Spleen de Paris, Charles Baudelaire offers an allegory of the poet who represents the condition of the character; in particular, the artist facing his loneliness and his identity. At the same time, however, the cursed poet idealizes nature.This man faces what he perceives as the incarnation of Beauty: the statue, immortal and superior. Before this fantastic apparition, the character implores the mercy of the goddess.
A Moroccan filmmaker, Cinematographer, and writer. He has worked on several projects as a first assistant director and Venus and the Mirror is his first film
In her daily journey to her workplace, she explores the city and interrogates stone and people. Egyptian writer, journalist and critic Nahed Salah takes us on a journey through the landmarks of Champollion Street, and through its history that she investigates; starting from the origin of the name, its implications and the history of its activity and ending with what can be considered the most important historical event in the contemporary history of Egypt; the Revolution of January 25, 2011.
Asmaa Ibrahim is an Egyptian filmmaker, director, writer, researcher and film critic. Lecturer and TV trainer in educational institutes. Ibrahim is a Consultant at the International Drama Without Borders Institute - Germany. She directed & wrote documentary films and TV reports for The Egyptian television. She holds a master's degree in television criticism from the Academy of Arts. She has an interest in heritage and architecture.
First Place Prize for The A.D. Gallery’s Our Neighbourhood Juried Exhibition in March 2022.
The video presents a virtual historical journey through Al-Manshiyya; a Palestinian neighbourhood in Northern Jaffa, which was completely demolished in 1948. Home to my paternal great-grandparents, Al-Manshiyya contributed functional and stylistic Arabo-Islamic design principles that I found compelling to digitally reconstruct. These reconstructions were primarily achieved by cross-referencing scarce archival photographs and personal testimonies collected from interviews and schematic drawings. In doing so, this audio-visual experience aims to address my hometown's destruction from the regional to the material scale, by enabling its audience to experience the neighbourhood’s vernacular past and real-estatised present through contemporary modes of visualisation.
Born in Jordan and raised in the United Arab Emirates, Zain Al-Sharaf is a London-based Palestinian researcher and designer. She obtained her Part I qualification in Architecture from the University of Edinburgh in 2019 and Part II qualification from the Royal College of Art in 2022. Through multidisciplinary archival practices, Zain Al-Sharaf has actively confronted the dissolution of the Palestinian vernacular under the Zionist occupation. To problematise the extinction of Jaffa’s Arab urbanity, she conducts speculative reconstructions of its urban-communal-memories using digital modelling and rendering software. Her forensic and journalistic endeavours have since been invested in promoting social justice and cultural restoration.
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