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Dima El-Horr

Dima El-Horr

Born in Beirut during the war in 1972, Dima El-Horr went to the US in 1995 to study cinematic arts.


After submitting her senior film “The Street,” which was selected by around 30 international film festivals, she received her Master’s degree of Fine Arts in Filmmaking from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.


After graduating, she made another short film, “Prêt à Porter- Imm Ali,” which also garnered attention from international film festivals and earned the Antigone d’Or at the Mediterranean Film Festival in Montpellier.


El-Horr is best known for her first feature film, “Every Day is a Holiday,” which was selected by the Toronto Film Festival and Rome International Film Festival. The film also received the Jury Prize at the Cinematographic Days of Carthage.


El-Horr has also taught cinema studies at the Lebanese American University in Beirut.

Born in Beirut during the war in 1972, Dima El-Horr went to the US in 1995 to study cinematic arts.


After submitting her senior film “The Street,” which was selected by around 30 international film festivals, she received her Master’s degree of Fine Arts in Filmmaking from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.


After graduating, she made another short film, “Prêt à Porter- Imm Ali,” which also garnered attention from international film festivals and earned the Antigone d’Or at the Mediterranean Film Festival in Montpellier.


El-Horr is best known for her first feature film, “Every Day is a Holiday,” which was selected by the Toronto Film Festival and Rome International Film Festival. The film also received the Jury Prize at the Cinematographic Days of Carthage.


El-Horr has also taught cinema studies at the Lebanese American University in Beirut.