During the 1982 invasion of Lebanont, 11-year-old Wissam tries to tell a classmate about his crush on her, while his teachers try to mask their fears.
A single mom and her daughter gradually develop a friendship with a young pregnant woman.
Two Palestinians trying to record a demo for a Music Competition in a noisy crowded refugee camp,discover a way to meet the deadline creatively.
Mariam Jalloui, the first student from Fordson High School in Dearborn accepted to Harvard, as she navigates her identity and finds her way back.
Karim is an Arab actor in Spain who is typecast into terrorist roles.
Eleven-year-old Leila hatches a plot to immigrate her friend Ahmed to France.
Mirrors of Diaspora is a story of seven Iraqi artists with more than forty years of exile, creativity, alienation, memories, and war between them.
An estranged daughter finds new answers about her relationship with her bitter mother, while filling out a patient satisfaction survey.
After fourteen years of employment, Soumaya learns overnight that she had been dismissed and discovers the reason on television.
Inspired by a true 7th century knight, the story follows the adventures of Mohammed Bin Alkassim with a fictional twist.
At the Freedom Theater in Jenin refugee camp brave theater actors risk their lives every day to fulfill a dream that they are not willing to abandon.
Zahra, a Palestinian from the Yarmouk refugee camp in Syria, writes a letter to the son she left behind who disappeared during the siege of the camp.