A film by A.J. Al Thani.
Out in the beautiful quiet of the desert, a man teaches his young sons how to track and hunt. Frustration leads to an apparently harmless struggle between the two brothers – but their carelessness brings about sudden disaster. Qatari filmmaker A.J. Al Thani’s film strikes just the right balance of calm and calamity, adolescence and adulthood, knowhow and panic to tell a seemingly simple story with a sense of gravity that will echo with anyone who has seen an innocent plan go horribly wrong.
A film by Hend Fakhroo
With only a thin curtain between them, two families from different cultures share a room in a hospital. An unexpected friendship develops between the two young women, who realize they have more in common than they expected.
A film by A.J Al-Thani
Many women around the world suffer under oppression and dream of escaping it. ‘The Black Veil’ is the story of one woman who puts her life at risk in order to find her freedom.
Sophia Al - Maria's 'Black Friday'
For her first solo exhibition in the United States, Sophia Al-Maria tapped The Film House to help realize her Black Friday fever dreams. The show featured a 16 minute film (Black Friday) displayed vertically protruding from a mound of sand which was crawling with broken glass and 113 unique videos (Litany) on portable devices.
The show ran from July 26th to Oct 31st, 2016 at The Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City.
It was an absolute pleasure to work with the artist (and BFF of TFH). We look forward to producing more work together in the near future.
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We had the pleasure of making an important film for Interpol.
A dramatic short in the world of CBRNE - chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosives crime. Shot between Qatar and Morocco, this is the promo for the longer 14min film, which will train paramedics in the region to be aware of chemicals that can lead to the creation of IEDs (Improvised Explosive Devices).
A series, Aqila, borne from the film we made for Interpol, is currently in script development.
A film by Hamida Issa
The story of ‘To the Ends of the Earth’ begins in Argentina and follows an environmental expedition to Antarctica, exploring the hope of individuals to contribute positively to their communities. The journey continues to the Arabian Gulf, in search of inspiring characters who are working toward environmental change. Antarctica serves as a beautiful reminder of what we once were, and contrasts with the rich cultural tapestry of the Gulf and those who are united in their dedication to sustainability and hope for our future. At the heart of the film is the juxtaposition of two deserts: Antarctica and Arabia; ice and sand.
A film by Nouf Al Sulaiti
After getting her first catch of the day while crab-hunting with her father and brother, bright-eyed Jawaher shows it to her father. He dismisses her but goes on to praise her brother’s catch. Determined to win her father’s approval, Jawaher shrugs off his hurtful reaction and sets out to catch ten crabs. On her quest, she finds herself battling for a catch with Nawaf, a boy who shares her goal.
An impoverished girl in the Middle East becomes the first female hover bike racer in the world. “Heat” is a science fiction, action, drama.