Remi Itani is a Lebanese film director, producer and University lecturer. She holds a degree in MA Filmmaking from London Film School, received with distinction. She has participated in numerous writing and directing workshops such as a workshop in filmmaking with the acclaimed director Werner Herzog and Torino Film Lab. Interested in woman-centred films, her fiction work explores transformative moments of women’s isolation, by creating indelible evocations of a silent psychological inter-zone between the everyday and the uncanny. Her films have been selected for more than twenty international film festivals such as IDFA Documentary Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival and International Film Festival Rotterdam. She has won the Boghossian prestigious residency award, and is currently working on her first feature fiction In A Dream You Saw A Way To Survive And You were Full of Joy, which has been granted by the Doha Film Institute Fund.