Rania Stephan

Rania STEPHAN (Beirut) was educated in Cinema Studies at the Latrobe University in Melbourne, Australia and at Paris 8 University in France. Her career in film production has been long and diverse and she has worked with renowned film makers including Simone Bitton (Wall and Citizen Bishara) and Elia Suleiman (Divine Intervention).


(all short) Tribe (1993), Phaedra(s) (1994), Attempt at Jealousy (1995), Baal and Death (1997), My First Camera (1998), Train-Trains (Where's the Track?) (1999, doc), Arrest at Manara (2003), Kimo the Taxi (2003), Wastelands (2005), Lebanon/War (2006, doc), Smoke on the Water, 7 x El Hermel (2007, doc), Damage, for Gaza 'The Land of Sad Oranges' (2009, short)