Jerusalem-born filmmaker Mahasen Nasser-Eldin tells stories of resistance and resilience, crafting carefully researched and scripted narratives that restore new life to forgotten figures and celebrate those on the margins of society. A meticulous researcher, Mahasen specializes in reconstructing and scripting historical narratives using audio and visual archives. Her research focuses on the use of film in the writing of historical narratives. She is currently conducting research for a film about early modern Palestinian women before the 1948 Nakba. She is a lecturer in visual cultures and film production at Bethlehem's Dar al-Kalima University College of Arts and Culture.
On The East Side (2008) | Samia (2009) | From Palestine With Love (2010)