A selection of my favourite music videos I edited.
It’s about ‘the loose’ Canon Andrew White and was first aired on ITV1 on Sunday 25th May 2008 at 11.05pm.
A wonderfully insightful piece that takes you to Baghdad and lets you see first hand the work of Andrew White – on the street, in the International Zone and in St George’s Church. Continue reading “The Vicar Of Baghdad”
Five years after the invasion of Iraq, Rageh Omaar, who made his name reporting on the fall of Saddam for the BBC, returned to Baghdad to find out how life has changed for the friends and colleagues he has known since his first trip there in 1997
Achieving success in any field often takes real dedication, a certain reverence for quality and a commitment to perfection.
Organised by the British Council and the Serious production team, Music Matbakh (Arabic for “kitchen”) is an experiment in promoting cultural awareness. Directed by the creative Nick Hillel From Yeast Culture.
Welcome to tomorrow
In the 1950s, the future was seen as an explosion of imaginative technology – food in pill form, easy travel between planets, huge skyscrapers and jet-propelled backpacks. Continue reading “The House Of The Future”
The second internet goldrush is in full swing, and this time it’s all about real people, creating, editing and showcasing their own lives and opinions.
In july 2006 during the Israeli war on Lebanon, Moussa, a former Lebanese militia sniper creates his own dream-like fantasy world in London.
The first post-war musical made in Lebanon and a box office record breaker, Bosta tells the story of Kamal as he returns from exile in France, determined to revive his school dance group. Continue reading “Bosta”
had a great time cutting that little cute piece for sake of art during curfew in west bank 2002 . Art exhibit under curfew for A.M. Qattan Foundation is one of the simple little pleasures i loved doing. thank you Omar Al-Qattan for digging into a beautiful past !
Continue reading “Diary Of An Art Competition (Under Curfew)”