The Karama Human Rights Film Festival (HRFF) is a six-day film festival that is held in Amman, Jordan since 2010. After 12 editions of the Karama festival, 610 human rights films were screened over the course of 12 years of cinema activism, and advocacy for human rights in Jordan and in the region. Around 8000…Details
Ma3mal 612 Think Factory has organized an actors training and film development for youth and adults at Syrian refugee clusters, in Amman and the suburbs. The training was held for an extended period from March to November 2015 and was supervised by Directors Anas Khalaf and Rana Kazkaz. The aim was to teach youth and…Details
A documentary about a Palestinian rap band in Gaza (Palestine Unit): a group of young artists and rap lovers who live in Gaza and express, through their words and music pieces, their longing for change and a better life. The film portrays their daily obstacles in parallel with their success story as a band that…Details
A documentary mixed with fiction scenes, embraced by the socio-political rapid changes in the Arab region. The film tells the story of two female friends who go on a photo trip to the nearest point to Palestine from the Jordanian land (Lake Tiberias). In the view of this mythological site, they try to recall their…Details
A child plays with a toy weapon and grows up along with it. The short animated film attempts to give an idea about the danger of toy guns in the home for children and other living things.
Synopsis: Ta’a Marboutah (the feminine E) is a human rights documentary that brings forward the issue of identity complications in general, and the right of Jordanian women to give their children the Jordanian nationality in particular. Ordinary women address the camera in moments of truth. They carry their painful stories into paths of confession and…Details
“One man: two characters… an altar, revenge rituals… in a bleeding surreal reality… some attempts to darn a cracked moral system… and stumbling in a shattered world… To forgive, does that mean anything?” “As We Forgive?!” by Sawsan Darwaza, is a play that treats the moral system in this unstable world. This distorted moral system…Details
In “Love Boat”, a witty wind will take you to the heart of the dreadful crossings of the Mediterranean, the last hope of freedom for tens of thousands of Syrians. This tragic comedy draws the life course of a Syrian theatre troupe aboard on a modular “boat scene” adaptable to its different destinations. In 2015,…Details