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Mahmoud Hojeij


Born in Lebanon in 1975, Lebanese filmmaker Mahmoud Hojeij studied Communications at the European Graduate School in Switzerland as well as Media Studies at the New School in New York.

He has directed a number of short films, the most acclaimed of which are “Wish You Were Here” (2006), “Memories of Ras Beirut” (2006), “Tell Me Something” (2006), “Sa Carapace” (2006), “Shameless Transmissions” (2000), and “Once” (1998).

“Stable Unstable” was Hojeij’s first feature film, released in 2013, was written and directed by him. The film featured renowned Lebanese actors, including Nada Abu Farhat and Aida Sabra.

The film won the Special Jury Award for a feature film at the Malmo Arab Film Festival in 2014, as well as the Best Lebanese Film at The Lebanese Movie Guide Award 2015.


Aside from his career in filmmaking, Hojeij has also edited three books on photography, which are used in coursework at several universities in Lebanon. He has also written a number of articles on media.


Born in Lebanon in 1975, Lebanese filmmaker Mahmoud Hojeij studied Communications at the European Graduate School in Switzerland as well as Media Studies at the New School in New York.

He has directed a number of short films, the most acclaimed of which are “Wish You Were Here” (2006), “Memories of Ras Beirut” (2006), “Tell Me Something” (2006), “Sa Carapace” (2006), “Shameless Transmissions” (2000), and “Once” (1998).

“Stable Unstable” was Hojeij’s first feature film, released in 2013, was written and directed by him. The film featured renowned Lebanese actors, including Nada Abu Farhat and Aida Sabra.

The film won the Special Jury Award for a feature film at the Malmo Arab Film Festival in 2014, as well as the Best Lebanese Film at The Lebanese Movie Guide Award 2015.


Aside from his career in filmmaking, Hojeij has also edited three books on photography, which are used in coursework at several universities in Lebanon. He has also written a number of articles on media.