Biography

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Ruba Nadda is an Arab Canadian film director. She was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada on 6 December 1972 to a Syrian father and a Palestinian mother. She made several award-winning short films, including Lost Woman Story, Interstate Love Story, So Far Gone and Damascus Nights before writing and directing features I Always Come to You, Unsettled and Sabah. Her movie Cairo Time won the Best Canadian Feature Film award at the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival. She is known for shooting feature films in very short time spans. Description above from the Wikipedia article Ruba Nadda, licensed under CC-BY-SA,full list of contributors on Wikipedia. ​

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

 

Ruba Nadda is an Arab Canadian film director. She was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada on 6 December 1972 to a Syrian father and a Palestinian mother. She made several award-winning short films, including Lost Woman Story, Interstate Love Story, So Far Gone and Damascus Nights before writing and directing features I Always Come to You, Unsettled and Sabah. Her movie Cairo Time won the Best Canadian Feature Film award at the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival. She is known for shooting feature films in very short time spans. Description above from the Wikipedia article Ruba Nadda, licensed under CC-BY-SA,full list of contributors on Wikipedia. ​

Personal Info

Known For Writing

Gender Female

Known Credits 9

Birthday 1972-12-06

Place of Birth Montreal, Quebec, Canada

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Writing TV ShowsMovies

2014 October Gale Writer
2012 Inescapable Screenplay
2009 Cairo Time Writer
2005 Sabah Writer
2004 Aadan Writer

Directing

2015 Killjoys (1 episode)Director
2014 October Gale Director
2012 Arrow (1 episode)Director
2012 Inescapable Director
2010 Hawaii Five-0 (1 episode)Director
2009 Cairo Time Director
2009 NCIS: Los Angeles (4 episodes)Director
2005 Sabah Director
2004 Aadan Director

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