Rosalind Nashashibi

Rosalind NASHASHIBI (1973, UK) was educated in Fine Arts in Glasgow. She makes experimental shorts and was the first woman to be awarded the prestigious Beck's Futures Award in 2003 for her short film The State of Things (2002). She has worked together with different artists, including Lucy Skaer.


(selection, all short) Midwest (2001), The State of Things (2002), Dahiet al-Bareed: District of the Post Office (2002), Blood and Fire (2003), Hreash Housing (2004), University Library (2004), Ambassador (2005, co-dir), Playing in the Light (2006), Flash in the Metropolitan (2006, co-dir), Bachelor Machines Part 1 (2007), Bachelor Machines Part 2 (2007), The Prisoner (2008), Jack Straw's Castle (2009), This Quality (2010), Carlo’s Vision (2011), Lovely Young People (Beautiful Supple Bodies) (2012), Electrical Gaza (2015)