How ‘1917’ Editor Lee Smith Cut a ‘One-Shot’ Feature Film
Good read on how 1917 was edited: https://www.thewrap.com/how-1917-editor-lee-smith-cut-a-one-shot-feature-film/https://www.thewrap.com/how-1917-editor-lee-smith-cut-a-one-shot-feature-film/
This story about Lee Smith is part of the “1917” cover package in the Oscar Nominations Preview issue of TheWrap’s Oscar magazine.
“You’ll laugh when you read this,” said Sam Mendes when he gave the “1917” script to editor Lee Smith.
On the 17th October of this year (2019), the lebanese young and old revolted against corruption and parties that have been taking them to the edge of the economic cliff.
It was about time something changes and soon.
Some call it ‘Thawra’…
We are in the midst of it still.
Here is my contribution on the BBC business report podcast
Continue reading “Lebanon 2019/2020”
I was approached by the amazing Nicolas Kent at Oxford Film and Television to work on. Today, 3 years later , it is out and i am very proud of it.
‘I was a Yazidi Slave’ made its london BBC Four debut last night. The work was fulfilling and working with the likes of Director David Evans, Criminal Lawyer Philippe Sands and Psychiatrist Jan Kizilhan was one of those rare moments in my career where I felt :’ Gosh I am Lucky’.
Continue reading “I Was A Yazidi Slave”
I helped with making this beautiful tribute film based on Paul Conroy’s book: ‘Under the wire’. The book is based on Paul’s experience in Homs 2012 and the unfortunate death of US journalist Marie Colvin and french photographer Remi Ochlik. Continue reading “Under the Wire”
Here is section of films I create to make memories last forever.
I have plenty of examples for films I made for families and friends, here is a snippet :
Continue reading “Custom made time capsule films”
This video was produced to highlight the core values and educational pillar of Avonmore Primary Community School in London:Continue reading “The Noble Heroes of Avonmore”
I had the honour to craft those 5 short films with the courageous syrian journalist Zaina Erhaim.
I hope we did them justice and got their voices heard.
Continue reading “Syria’s Rebellious Women”
The attack on #CharlieHebdo magazine headquarters is a stark reminder that we live in a very dangerous world. Continue reading “#jesuischarlie”
Discrimination against Women in the Nationality Law: Its Impact on Arab families 50 min documentary (extract attached)
Continue reading “My Child The Foreigner – UNDP”