Ruba Nadda

Ruba NADDA (1972, Montreal, Canada) is a writer and film maker who lives in Toronto. She studied English and Film Production at the Tisch School of the Arts in New York. Her short films - of which Rotterdam showed several a few years ago - are based on the short stories she writes herself.


Lost Woman Story (1997, short), Interstate Love Story (1997, short), Wet Heat Drifts Through the Afternoon (1997, short), Do Nothing (1997, short), So Far Gone (1998, short), The Wind Blows Towards Me Particularly (1998, short), Damascus Nights (1998, short), Slut (1999, short), Laila (1999, short), I Would Suffer Cold Hands For You (1999, short), Black September (1999, short), Blue Turning Grey Over You (1999, short), I Always Come to You (2000), Unsettled (2001), Aadan/Call to Prayer (2004, short), Sabah/Coldwater (2005)