Karim Aïnouz is a Brazilian-Algerian filmmaker and visual artist. He holds a degree in Architecture from the University of Brasilia and in Cinema Studies from New York University.
Tarık Aktaş’ work and research in film explore the general nature of things and focus on both the struggle and harmony in everyday reality and memories.
Abdulla Al Kaabi is a filmmaker whose films tackle the social aspects of everyday life in the region.
Steve Anker directed a highly visible and successful screening series of independent film and video at the Boston Film/Video Foundation.
Mohammad Ali Atassi is a journalist and documentary filmmaker.
Rania Attieh's thesis film was awarded ‘Best Fiction film’ at the CCNY Cityvisions showcase.
Hicham Ayouch is a former journalist, he worked for a few years in French television before shifting his career to writing and film directing.
The work of filmmaker, artist and graphic novelist Sarnath Banerjee explores the contradictions of daily life in contemporary India.
A visual artist and filmmaker, Eric Baudelaire’s recent projects have explored the possibility of self-invention and political imagining.
Érik Bullot's work explores both documentary and experimental genres and his approach as a filmmaker explores cinema’s formal and poetic force.
Lives and works between Beirut and Paris
Installation and video artist Ali Cherri’s varied practice focuses on documenting and presenting heritage and environment in Lebanon and other Middle Eastern countries.
Daouda Coulibaly's first short film, A History of Independence (2009) was inspired by an African folk tale.
Khavn De La Cruz is a multiawarded filmmaker, composer, and writer.
Barış Doğrusöz is an artist and filmmaker whose projects have taken the form of audiovisual installations, sculpture, graphic works, photography and drawings.
Barry Doupé is an artist and filmmaker living in Vancouver and holds a Bachelor of Media Arts.