Nadine Naous

Nadine Naous



Nadine Naous is a Lebanese-American director and producer who has been making films since 2008. She is best known for her documentary feature film, “The Lebanese Rocket Society” (2013), which won numerous awards and was nominated for a Primetime Emmy.

Naous was born in Beirut in 1984 and grew up in the United States. She attended the University of California, Santa Barbara, where she earned her degree in Film and Media Studies. She was also a Fulbright Scholar, studying film in Lebanon.

After she finished school, Naous moved to Los Angeles and began her career in film. She has since worked on various projects, including the feature length documentary, “The Lebanese Rocket Society” (2013). This film won several awards, including Best Documentary at the Dubai International Film Festival and Best Documentary at the Abu Dhabi Film Festival. It was also nominated for a Primetime Emmy in 2014.

Naous’s other projects include the feature film, “Lebanon in a Day” (2016), which was selected for the Cannes Film Festival, and the short film, “The Letter” (2019), which was selected for the Tribeca Film Festival. She has also worked on television series and documentaries for networks such as National Geographic, Discovery, and Al Jazeera.

In addition to her work in film and television, Naous is an advocate for social change and has been involved in a variety of initiatives, such as the Arab Film Festival, the Arab Spring Film Festival, and the Beirut Art and Film Festival.

Naous’s work has garnered her national and international recognition, and she continues to use her skills to tell powerful stories that can help shape society. Her work has been described as “visually captivating” and “emotionally charged,” and she is dedicated to creating meaningful content that can make an impact.

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