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Subjectivity in Documentary Film with Ula Tabari

Start date:
Jun 26, 2011
5 Days
Ability Level:
Beginner. Over 18 years old

Registration Closed

A theoretical insight to the subjectivity of documentary film will be under the mentorship of established Palestinian filmmaker, Ula Tabari. If you want to learn more about the filmmakers voice behind the camera in documentary film, and their political voices, this is the workshop to apply to! There will be a variety of screenings, discussions and debate regarding the subjective voices behind the world of documentary filmmaking.

Dates: June 26th – 30th
Time: 6.00pm – 9.00pm
Language: English/Arabic
Location: Building 21, Katara, Doha

Ula Tabari
Ula Tabari is a Palestinian filmmaker, born in Nazareth, 1970, but currently based in Paris. She entered the world of art by pursuing her academic studies in theatre and visual arts, which eventually led her to the world of film. The mix of different media became her fertile source of work. In films and artistic production, she gathers different experiences and perspectives through acting, casting, dialogue coaching for fiction films, assisting in direction and production she had the chance to work with foremost film directors like Steven Spielberg, Olivier Assayas and Elie Suleiman, Michel Khleifi, Eyal Sivan…