Hailed by critics world-wide for its entertaining yet highly sympathetic look at a human issue that has troubled the Arabian Gulf for decades, “Champ of the Camp” is the first feature-length documentary shot in the labor camps of the United Arab Emirates.
Dynamic and visually vibrant documentary about the Artists in Residence program held annually in the lead-up to Art Dubai and Sikka Art Fair.
This 30-minute commissioned documentary opens a window into the imagination of six artists selected to participate in the Artist in Residency (AiR) Dubai 2012 program.
“Teta, Alf Marra” (Grandma, a Thousand Times) is a poetic documentary celebrating the many worlds of the director’s own feisty Beiruti grandmother in a charming and intimate exploration of family, music, aging, and love.
Being Osama is an intimate exploration of six people with highly diverse backgrounds, interests, and personalities, united by their first name 'Osama' and by their experience as Arabs living in Canada in the post-9/11 world.
A poetic and inspirational film invoking the memory of Zayed, the founder of the UAE, paying tribute to his memory and his endorsement of readership.
“Kismet” is an inside look at the Turkish soap opera industry and its most glamorous actors. It explores how this media phenomenon transcends religion and culture and strengthens the debate about women's rights across the region.
A corporate film on Estidama, the Urban Planning Council's sustainability program for the city of Abu Dhabi.
An animated exploration of the four pillars of the Abu Dhabi Urban Planning Council’s “Estidama” sustainability program: environment, culture, society, and economy.