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Salwa Al Khalifa and Fahad Al Obaidly / Short Documentary / Qatar / 2015 / 15 min / DCP
In Arabic, English / English subtitles
Interests: Documentary
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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.



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  • Wed, Oct 5, 07:30 PM, MIA-A

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Synopsis

What does it mean to belong? In this intimate interview-based documentary, two filmmakers discuss their sense of displacement in their home of Doha. A Qatari national, Fahad finds that his family’s traditions challenge his outlook on the world. Salwa, whose family is Sudanese, knows she may be told to leave the place she was born at any time.

About the Director

Salwa Al Khalifa is a Sudanese filmmaker. She Studied Mass Communication at Qatar University, and obtained a diploma in Documentary Filmmaking. She has directed a few short films, and has worked as an assistant director and script supervisor on a number of independent short films in Qatar.

Fahad Al Obaidly is a Qatari director, writer and fashion consultant who works for Qatar Museums. In 2016, he received the Hussein Sharif Black Elephant Award from the Sudan Independent Cinema Festival for his documentary ‘Inside Out’. The same documentary was part of the Short Film Corner at the Festival de Cannes, and was screened by the Doha Film Institute, the Cameron Film Festival, the Voronezh Film Festival, and the Innsbruck International Film Festival. Al Obaidly is currently working on a number of projects, including two short films to be released in 2017 as well as his second fashion film and a narrative work.

Credits

Director
Salwa Al Khalifa and Fahad Al Obaidly
Editor
Salwa Al Khalifa, Fahad Al Obaidly, Hossam Sarhan
Cinematographer
Manal Saad
Production Company
Doha Film Institute

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