We present a short documentary about the life of actor Eyad Hourani and his unusual journey to the Oscars and back to Ramallah. Hourani also explores his vision for a united Palestinian artist community and the potential for Palestinian artistic work to change his society and express the complete Palestinian experience to the world.
Um Kulthoom Sang Here
We are pleased to present our first podcast about the lost history of the city of Nablus - the once cultural center of Palestine and sister city to Damascus. Join us as we search for the cultural life that once existed in the coffee shops of the Old City, where singers, musicians and the revered Hakawatis used to perform to audiences from all walks of life.
Searching for Sidewalks
In Abu Dis
To Be Published Soon
We present an incredible short fiction story and audio book (coming soon) about a writer trying to find his place in Palestinian society, maintain a loving marriage and keep his daughters safe from the occupation army. Join us on this harrowing journey into the heart of the modern Palestinian experience.
Let Me Live
We are proud to present writer/director Osama Abed’s first short film that highlights the unspoken spaces within Palestinian society. Filmed on location in Ramallah with an incredible cast and featuring the voice and work of actor Eyad Hourani. This film was funded entirely through a successful crowdsourcing campaign, proving the support and desire of more diverse Palestinian stories of audiences from all over.