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  • The Present

    On his wedding anniversary, Yusef and his young daughter set out in the West Bank to buy his wife a gift. Between soldiers, segregated roads and checkpoints, how easy would it be to go shopping?

    The Present was nominated in the 93rd Academy Awards for Best Live Action Short film in 2021.

  • Between Two Seas

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    An Egyptian woman visits her rural hometown after her daughter has suffered a tragic accident. The mother seeks justice for her daughter, while helping her complete her education and serving the community. A search for redemption, revenge, and hope sets the events ...

  • 3000 Nights

    A young Palestinian schoolteacher gives birth to her son in an Israeli prison where she fights to protect him, survive and maintain hope.

  • Khamiss 1984

    Thursday 19 January 1984, was the day of riots that resulted in many casualties. When Khamis is ready to share a nice moment with his wife, they are suddenly interrupted by gunshots that ring out in the street, followed by the appearance of an unexpected guest at their doorstep.

  • The Curve

    Radi, who leads a reclusive life in his own van, finds himself on a road trip with three strangers, which alters his personality and conservative lifestyle.

  • The Golden Harvest

    The Golden Harvest is a 6,000-year old love story in which the filmmaker tries to understand the profound, often troubled, relationship between olive oil and the people of Mediterranean, including her own father. Her journey of food, love and heartache takes her to unexpected places as an increas...

  • Beirut of the Balkans

    An amazing discovery will push Ahmad to take a difficult and important decision, which will change the course of his life and the life of his family. In the same time this decision will create an exceptional portrait of Beirut today and give Ahmad the opportunity to enter again the world of the o...

  • I Have A Picture

    With the help of El Homossany; one of the oldest assistant directors in Egypt, Zedan; a young indie filmmaker, is making a documentary about Motawe Eweis, who has worked as an extra in about 1000 films in the Egyptian Cinema from the forties till now.

  • Nanny Culture

    The documentary, partly mockumentary, presents an amusing look into the households and the many mishaps that arise along the whirl road towards social harmony. Follow a nanny from the UK and an Emirati family, in Nanny Culture the dunes will be alive with songs of Arabia.

  • Roll'em

    Omar Nizar is an aspiring filmmaker who decides to explore the history of his native city of Jeddah through the making of a film about it. Through his journey of struggle and discovery, Nizar is accompanied by a 70 year-old cinematographer who left behind his filmmaking career years ago to end up...

  • American Muslim

    On January 27, 2017, less than a week after taking office, Donald Trump signed an executive order banning people from seven predominately Muslim countries from entering the United States. The action was a strike against religious freedom unprecedented in this country’s history. Protesters rushed ...

  • Jaddoland

    Jaddoland is an intimate portrait of the work and process of the director’s visual artist mother Lahib Jaddo. The film offers viewers a fresh look at the immigrant story in America.

  • One Night in Al Aqsa

    Discover the awe-inspiring story of the Al-Aqsa Compound in Jerusalem, Palestine, set against the backdrop of the holiest night in the Islamic lunar calendar, Laylatul Qadr.

    Masjid Al-Aqsa is the third most revered Islamic holy site-- a place of miracles, saints, and some of the most profound m...

  • One Day in the Haram

    Masjid Al-Haram is the most revered Islamic holy site in the world - spanning millennia of prophetic history, millions of Muslims visit annually for Umrah and Hajj pilgrimages. For the first time, experience the power of this sacred space through the eyes of the people who live and work there.

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  • Monir

    This documentary looks at the life and work of the Iranian artist Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian. Monir created an artistic language that was informed by traditional Iranian craft and architecture.

  • The Borrowed Dress

    Grandmother Susu (80 years old), her daughter Doaa (50 years old), and her grandchild Saad (16 years old) are forced to flee Syria after the beginning of the revolution to live in different scattered places, with the one thing left to share being their desire to reunite. The details of their pers...

  • The Council

    A journey of three young Palestinians running for the student council in a refugee school in Jordan, from announcing the election till the end of the academic year.

  • 17: Goals for Girls

    Follows the Jordanian under-17 women’s football team as they prepare for the FIFA U17 Women’s World Cup Jordan 2016. Coming from different backgrounds, each of the girls has faced a different set of challenges as a national team player. But now they come together to face their biggest challenge ...

  • Separation

    After fleeing their town, Shingal in Iraq, which is under siege from Isis, thousands of Yazidi Kurds find themselves without food or water at the top of the Shingal mountain. Faced with no other choice, three men leave to seek sustenance for their families, unaware that an almost safe passage to ...

  • Captain Abu Raed

    When an old airport janitor finds a captain's hat in the trash, he gets pulled into the lives of children in his poor neighborhood. He weaves imaginary stories of his world adventures to offer hope in the face of their harsh reality.

  • Napoleon: Life of an Outlaw

    Mutah Beale, better known as Napoleon of Tupac Shakur's infamous rap group "The Outlawz" goes through an emotional roller coaster since birth.

  • We Must Go

    WE MUST GO is a feature documentary chronicling the journey of the Egyptian National Soccer team and coach Bob Bradley as they fight to reach the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Egypt has one of the richest football histories in all of Africa, but despite its continental success, the team hasn't reached soc...

  • Railway Men

    Railway Men is a road movie that draws a portrait of Tunisian railway men and women. Driving the old locomotive, the protagonists of the Railway Men defend their own choices despite the risks. By denouncing incompetence and corruption, this film celebrates dignity, hope and resilience.

  • My Love Awaits Me By The Sea

    A poetic documentary narrating the story of the director who takes a first time journey back to her homeland, Palestine. She finds everyone holding on to their dreams in a land exhausted by endless war.