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The Ritual is a MINA Film Festival Finalist!

The Ritual is a MINA Film Festival Finalist!

7 Nov, '170 Comments

Remember my short film The Ritual? The one I featured in this post? Well, I received notification a few days ago that it was actually a finalist in the MINA film festival in Australia! Very stoked 😉 Here’s the certificate I received for my efforts. Stoked! Now this prods me forward to submit more of my […]

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Art. As a utility to fill space.

Art. As a utility to fill space.

10 Oct, '170 Comments

Art is in the eye of the beholder. True. No one can define what is and what is not art either as it is a very subjective and emotive thing. To me, art must serve a purpose. And it must raise more questions than provide answers. It is this particular faculty that elevates a society; […]

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When calligraphy meets graphics, Abbas Yousif and Jabbar Alghadban’s joint exhibition

When calligraphy meets graphics, Abbas Yousif and Jabbar Alghadban’s joint exhibition

1 May, '170 Comments

Abbas Yousif and Jabbar Alghadban are now two of the leaders of the contemporary art scene in Bahrain. The long-time friends just mounted their fourteenth joint exhibition. Their contemporary works are displayed at the Contemporary Art Society at Alqadam roundabout at the start of the Budaiya highway. Some thirty acrylic paintings are displayed, some of […]

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The Making of Nasser Al-Yousif’s Documentary

The Making of Nasser Al-Yousif’s Documentary

25 Apr, '176 Comments

I’ve finally arrived at the starting point of celebrating my father’s arts career and contributions to the art scene in general. I won’t dwell on why it’s taken me this long to start – a full eleven years since he passed away – other than this is simply the right time for me to do […]

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Short Stories Welcome

Short Stories Welcome

24 Apr, '170 Comments

Do you have a story that you would like to see in film? Well, you’re in luck. Submit yours to me and I’ll give it consideration to be made into a short film – or a long one for that matter. While I’m open to consider any story, please be aware of a few rules: […]

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