The director/filmmaker recently brought his innovative approach to theater to London's LIFT Festival with his hard-hitting interactive play "66 Minutes in Damascus".

His works are often a response to political situations.

He's credited with bringing interactive theater to Lebanon and during the political upheaval of 2008 he took to the streets to create an improvised play, which allowed him to evade Lebanon's strict censorship laws.

He won the 2008 Berlin International Film Festival (BIFF) "Best Director" award for his debut film "Taht El Aaricha". In 2009 he co-founded the Visual and Performing Arts Association to promote theater and art in Lebanon.

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