Muayad Alayan / The Reports on Sarah and Saleem

Muayad Alayan / The Reports on Sarah and Saleem

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Jerusalem based Palestinian filmmaker and cinematographer, Muayad Alayan, was raised by parents who were master storytellers. He travelled to the States to study film in San Francisco. His graduate project, the documentary Exiles in Jerusalem (2005) won the Kodak Award. His short film debut Why Sabreen? (2009), made with and about the youth of his village, was screened and won awards at film festivals worldwide. His debut feature Love, Theft and Other Entanglements (2015) premiered in Berlin. 

Alayan and his brother Rami are co-founder of PalCine Productions which started as a collective of Palestinian filmmakers and artists coming together to produce their own audio-visual collaborations and productions. It soon expanded to offer experience and skills to other local and international productions, seeking to produce audiovisual projects in Palestine. and quickly expanded to offer experience and skills to local and international productions seeking to create work in Palestine. PalCine’s projects range from documentaries and narrative films to commercials and music and educational videos. Several of its films have won international awards. Muayad has worked as a film and cinematography instructor at several academic institutions in Palestine.

The Reports on Sarah and Saleem

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