The story is about landmines and their impact on lives. It follows a Canadian/Iraqi graffiti artist who goes to Yemen amidst the heated conflict. He meets with the demining teams, local artists and the community to create
“moments” of relief. The graffiti are reflections of the artist’s and the community’s experiences during this obscurely pivotal point in history. Children unfazed by the daily risks of an exploding landmine, observe
the new art, struggling families gossip about the foreign visitors and the new colours they brought to town. Ambivalent emotions and challenges create a tone of hope and an authentic documentation of the threats of
landmines and power of dialogue.
Salma, a widely known presenter, is filming a poetry show about Tarfa, the pre-Islamic poet. With a sand storm disrupting the episode shoot and Salma’s son being lost for days, the presenter remains calm. Perhaps too calm,
her mind distantly quiet, the loud crew then drives off forgetting her at the location. On her phone, busy talking, Salma is walking and something far from reality is about to occur. Will it concern the subject of the
show? Will the strange encounter amend the misapprehension?
Platinum Award for Best Fantasy Short @ the Independent Short Awards Los Angeles, USA
Nominee @ 2021 Golden Fox Awards, India
Nominee @ 2021 ARFF Amsterdam International Awards, Netherlands
Gold Remi Awards @ the WorldFest – Houston International Film Festival, USA
Best Film Award @ Al Ain Film Festival 2021, UAE
Outstanding Achievement Certificate @ the Berlin Flash Film Festival, Germany
Finalist @ the ARFF Amsterdam 2020 International Awards, Netherlands
Finalist & nominated for the Viewer’s Choice Award @ the Toronto International Nollywood Film Festival, Canada
Award Winner @ the Calcutta International Cult Film Festival, India
Officially Selected @ Corto Creativo Short Film Festival, Mexico
Officially Selected @ Bridges International Film Festival in Loutraki – Corinthia, Greece
Officially Selected @ Rome Independent Prisma Awards, Italy
Officially Selected @ the Toronto Lift-Off Film Festival, Canada
Officially Selected @ the Madrid Film Festival, Spain
Officially Selected & nominated for the Best Short film and Best director award @ the VIFF Vienna Independent Film Festival, Austria
Officially Selected @ the Al Ain Film Festival 2021, UAE
Officially Selected @ the 38th season of Cult Critic Movie Awards 2021, India.
Officially Selected @ the Amsterdam Lift-Off Film Festival, Netherlands
Ever wonder what happens in the private world of nannies and the families they work for? The documentary, partly mockumentary, presents an amusing look into the households and the mishaps that arise along the whirly 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.
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Best Documentary Award @ Los Angeles Independent Film Festival Awards, USA (Nov. 25, 2016)
Inspiring Woman in a Film Award @ Los Angeles Independent Film Festival Awards, USA (Nov. 25, 2016)
Finalist @ American Movie Awards 2017, USA - trophy and award certificate
Best Documentary Award Winner @ Toronto International Nollywood Film Festival , Canada (July 31, 2017)
Semi-finalist @ Atlanta Docufest, USA (Aug. 26, 2017)
World Platinum Award Winner @ World Woman Awards,USA (Apr. 8, 2018)
Officially Selected @ Hong Kong Arthouse Film Festival (Dec.22, 2016)
Officially Selected @ Silk Road International Film Festival, Ireland (Jan. 8, 2017)
Officially Selected @ Sydney World Film Festival, Australia (Dec. 22, 2017)
Officially Selected @ Los Angeles Film Awards 2016, USA
Officially Selected @ Hollywood Florida Film Festival, USA (Jan. 2, 2017)
Officially Selected @ Italy International Film Festival (Sep. 24, 2017)
Whether a veil of the soul, the mind or the body; the layers of the veil in history and the many meanings behind it will be revealed. “Women are either judged for wearing the hijab or for not wearing it” the hijab refers
to the head covering. In ‘The Tainted Veil’, the challenges surrounding these ideas are exposed in a debate by diverse guests and extraordinary stories.
Selected among the 2016 Oscar Academy Awards long list
Ofﬁcial Selection @ Carmel ﬁlm festival USA (October 20, 2015)
2015 International Award of Outstanding Excellence Winners @ the International Film Festival for Documentary, Short and Comedy in Jakarta, Indonesia (November 18, 2015)
Ofﬁcially Selected @ Dubai International Film Festival Dubai, UAE (December 13, 2015)
Ofﬁcially Selected @ Festival Cinéma Arabe Amsterdam, Netherlands (April 14, 2016)
Irish Winner Best Documentary @ Silk Road International Film Festival Dublin, Ireland (March 14, 2016)
Ofﬁcial Finalist @ American Movie Awards, USA (April 29, 2016)
Ofﬁcial Selection @ Jaipur International Film Festival, India (January 4, 2016)
Were the desert to speak, it would narrate the story of that gallant knight who turned its sand into gold, united its oasis into a state, made its tribe into a solid nation, and on its sand dunes, established a great country
and a milestone in the history of civilization.
Were the desert to speak, it would say it misses Sheikh Zayed, who loved it so much, tamed its barren wilderness and built on its sands a strong legacy of development and hard work. He turned his dream into a legend.
Meet the camel diva trio of Al Hakkma, Al Jahada and Al Shawasha. Join us as we take you up close, through the aspirations and preparations for the Al Dafrah Camel Beauty Festival in the distant deserts of the UAE.
This film will take you on a journey around the UAE, to discover some of the mysteries of the people who lived here tens of thousands of years ago. Learn about the new archaeological discoveries made by scientists in the
capital, Abu Dhabi and how some taken for granted facts, have been changed, about the UAE history.
A bio documentary, a personal encounter, a realization, a mother to all; Her Highness Sheikha Fatima bint Mubarak, chairman of the Family Development Foundation, President of General Women's Union and wife of the late Sheikh
Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan.
A short film about different forms of writing, focusing on calligraphy and giving exclusive insight to its viewers on the Islamic, Modern, Western, Chinese calligraphy and much more.