In May 2017, the Lebanese southern city of Jezzine hosted 6 contemporary artists, who researched and produced work on the theme of WATER. This film tells the story of the residency and its participants, while also offering a glimpse into the lives of the local community and the history of Jezzine itself. Commissioned by APEAL: The Association for the Promotion and Exhibition of the Arts in Lebanon.
A road trip through Tunis in search for elusive desert roses uncovers unexpected things. Screened at Douz Docudays and Carthage Film Festival (Journées Cinematographiques de Carthage, 2014]
'An inspiring film, it is the story of the filmmaker, of the artist, the one who is looking for both questions and answers, the traveller and explorer... the poet's path, the quest for truth with the humor that life always throws at us' Sepp Brudermann, Documentary Director, Spiraleye Productions
'A story told with great honesty, simple, strong writing, and brilliantly chosen music... It explores unusual thoughts about history and culture which most people would just miss' Paul Eedle, Managing Director, Out There News
The tragic love story of Charlie and Janet. Co-directed with Rebecca Lloyd-Evans. Screened at Dubai International Film Festival, London Short Film Festival, San Francisco Arab Film Festival, and on ARTE.
'Overwhelming and beyond words... A brilliant film' Sarah Francis, Documentary Director
A journey into my memories of Lebanon, as the war of July 2006 raged on. Awarded the 'Outstanding Filmmaker Award' by Participant Media, Pangea Day, 2008. Festival screenings include Sheffield Doc Fest, Birds Eye View (nominated for best international short, Raindance Film Festival, LIBERTAS Dubrovnik International Film Festival, and SECONDFEST, a film festival in Second Life.
An experimental journey into memories, the present, the future, and video tapes. Days on a student visa count down, life bounded. Graduation film, London Metropolitan University, Merit. Screened at Raindance Film Festival. (not available online)