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Voices from the Urbanscape (Aswat Al-Umran Al-Hadeeth)

Made in Qatar presented by Occidental Petroleum

Shaima Al Tamimi, Mariam Salim / Short Documentary / Qatar / 2017 / 6 min / Colour / DCP
In Arabic, Bengali, English, Spanish / Arabic, English subtitles
Interests: Identity, Creative Documentary, Poetic Documentary
World Premiere
Rated: Parental guidance is advised for viewers under the age of 13. Individuals under the age of 13 are not admitted into cinemas unless accompanied by an individual aged 18 or older.

Synopsis

Visions of construction in contemporary Doha neatly express its nearly manic pace of growth, while various voices from the community describe the city’s progress, lament the loss of nature that goes with urbanisation, consider the beauty of the new buildings, and discuss Doha’s cosmopolitan personality. A sort of travelogue around Qatar’s capital in development, ‘Voices from the Urbanscape’ is an apt reflection of a burgeoning 21st-century city with a mission, and a tribute to its multicultural success.

About the Directors

Shaima Al Tamimi is a photographer and cultural explorer who captures stories ignited by culture, travel and human behaviour. In 2016, she hosted a travel documentary on MBC TV highlighting stories on Arab women who empower their community through entrepreneurship.

Mariam Salim’s passion for film started at a young age. She recently participated in the production of a few short films. She is currently finalising the screenplay of the feature-length Arabian fantasy, 'By the Cave', which was granted an RFC Rawi fellowship.

Credits

Director
Shaima Al Tamimi, Mariam Salim
Screenwriter
Shaima Al Tamimi, Mariam Salim
Producer
Mariam Salim, Shaima Al Tamimi
Editor
Mariam Salim, Shaima Al Tamimi
Cinematographer
Hadeer Omar, Idris Elhassan
Cast
Adel Al Zoraiqi, Abdelaziz Eisa, Abelkhaliq Melad, Dana Al Meer, Ibrahim, Grecel & Juney, Israa El Boursaif, Mariam Abdullah, Reem Nashaat, Salim Nazar Salim, Suzannah Murghani

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