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(Director/Producer) is a Palestinian filmmaker, writer, journalist and activist from Lyd. He was a 2019-20 Fellow at the Harvard Divinity School. As a journalist, he mainly wrote for the online magazine +972 and served as both writer and editor of its Hebrew sister site, “local call”, a journalistic project he co-founded, designed to challenge Israeli mainstream journalism outlets. Rami served as a parliamentary consultant and media spokesperson for Palestinian member of Knesset (Israeli parliament) Haneen Zoabi. Rami is also co-founder and manager of the first ever “Palestine Music Expo”: an event that connects local Palestinian music scene to the world wide industry. Younis is the host of the Arabic-language daily news show, “On the Other Hand.”
(Director/cinematographer) is a documentary filmmaker and media artist based in New York. Friedland’s works have screened widely in the US and abroad and have been broadcast nationally on PBS. Her work has been supported by grants and fellowships from the Jerome Foundation, the Paul Newman Foundation,, the Ford Foundation, NYSCA, the LABA House of Study, The Palestinian American Research Center, and the MacDowell Colony. She is a recipient of the 2014 Paul Robeson award from the Newark Museum and was nominated for a New York Emmy. Friedland is the Director of the MDOCS Storyteller’s Institute at Skidmore College and an active member of the Meerkat Media Collective.
(Editor) is the editor of the Academy Award nominated film Omar by Hany Abu-Assad. In addition to Omar Salman has edited numerous fiction and documentary feature films that have screened at prestigious festivals including Cannes and IDFA. He is represented by Lux Artists. Salman is passionate about working on films that tell nuanced and artistic stories about his home country of Palestine.
(Animation) an Egyptian animation studio that swims througha wide range of animation services of excellent quality. We aspire to revive the Egyptian cultural heritage through producing high-quality animation films which a younger Egyptian audience could easily relate to and interact with. Eventually, we aim to position authentic Egyptian animation as a strong competitor on both a regional and global scale. Our team is best known for high quality production, flexibility and excellent skill at creating animated video content that is delivered on tight deadlines without compromising quality. samaka.tv