Samer Salameh is a Lebanese-Canadian director, producer and entrepreneur. He is best known for his work on the acclaimed documentary film 'My Father, The Refugee', which aired on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and was screened in over 40 countries.
Salameh was born into a Lebanese-Canadian family in Montreal, Canada. He began his career as a production assistant on television shows and commercials, and moved up to writing, directing and producing his own projects. He gained recognition for his short films and music videos, which won awards at festivals around the world.
In 2012, Salameh directed his first feature-length documentary, 'My Father, The Refugee'. The film follows Salameh’s father, a Lebanese refugee, as he returns to his homeland and is confronted with the realities of war. 'My Father, The Refugee' was well-received and aired on the CBC in Canada, and was screened in over 40 countries.
In addition to his work in film, Salameh is also an entrepreneur. In 2015, he founded a production company, Salameh Productions Inc., which focuses on content related to social issues, travel, and culture. He has also produced several short films, music videos, and commercials for international brands.
Salameh is passionate about creating stories that can have a meaningful impact on people. He believes in the power of storytelling to create empathy and understanding, and to unite people from different backgrounds. He hopes to continue to produce powerful stories that can make a positive impact on the world.
Salameh has achieved a great deal in his career and is an inspiration for aspiring filmmakers. His work has been awarded at festivals around the world, and his documentary 'My Father, The Refugee' has been a powerful story about the resilience of refugees. His dedication to storytelling is admirable, and he is sure to continue to make an impact with his work.