The Present (Arabic: الهدية , romanized: Al Hadiya, lit. 'The Gift') is a 2020 short film directed by Farah Nabulsi and co-written by Nabulsi and Hind Shoufani, about a father and daughter in the Palestinian enclaves of the Israeli-occupied West Bank trying to buy a wedding anniversary gift.
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She is one of the young poets at the “Poeticians Club” which is a group of poets from the Middle East run by the Palestinian filmmaker and writer Hind Shoufani. She is the founder of Parea band which combines music with spoken-word.
- April 1994, United Arab Emirates
- Palestinian, Brazilian
- BA in Philosophy and Sociology
The Present (bahasa Arab: الهدية, translit. Al Hadiya, har. 'Sebuah Hadiah') adalah sebuah film pendek tahun 2020 garapan Farah Nabulsi dan ditulis oleh Nabulsi dan Hind Shoufani, tentang seorang ayah dan putri di enklave Palestina wilayah pendudukan Israel di Tepi Barat berupaya untuk membeli sebuah hadiah peringatan pernikahan.
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"The film, co-written by Palestinian filmmaker and poet Hind Shoufani, was shot over six days in the Palestinian territories. (Director Farah) Nabulsi said that, to her, the film is about 'human dignity and the importance of dignity and what it means for someone to continuously be dehumanised'.
Music video and film production company founded in 1983 by producers Steve Golin and Sigurjón Sighvatsson and directors Greg Gold, David Fincher, Nigel Dick and Dominic Sena. Producing almost a third of all music videos made in the U.S. Wikipedia
On his wedding anniversary, Yusef and his young daughter set out in the West Bank to buy his wife a gift. Between soldiers, segregated roads and checkpoints, how easy would it be to go shopping?
Apr 12, 2021 · “The Present” is Nabulsi’s directorial debut. Alongside serving as the film’s director and producer, Nabulsi co-wrote the script with Hind Shoufani, a Palestinian-American poet and director, according to Al-Jazeera. Canada’s New Democratic Party Adopts Settlements Boycott, Arms Embargo on Israel