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Rana Najjar

Lebanese filmmaker Rana Najjar grew up in a family that was invested in the arts, theater and the making of TV series.

After graduating from AUB with a degree in Communication Arts, Najjar began her career as the director of plays written by her father, Marwan Najjar, including “Two Grooms from Anywhere” and “Sayyida, 7orra, Mustaqella.”

She also worked as a producer at ARTE, and as a director at her father’s MGN production house.

In 2006, she began working as a copywriter at the advertising company Leo Brunett, where she was behind the feminist media campaign “Khede Kasra,” which earned her the Gold Lion award at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity.

In 2012, she moved to another advertising company, FP7 Beirut, where she worked as a creative director, but eventually returned to Leo Brunett, where she still works as a creative director.

Lebanese filmmaker Rana Najjar grew up in a family that was invested in the arts, theater and the making of TV series.

After graduating from AUB with a degree in Communication Arts, Najjar began her career as the director of plays written by her father, Marwan Najjar, including “Two Grooms from Anywhere” and “Sayyida, 7orra, Mustaqella.”

She also worked as a producer at ARTE, and as a director at her father’s MGN production house.

In 2006, she began working as a copywriter at the advertising company Leo Brunett, where she was behind the feminist media campaign “Khede Kasra,” which earned her the Gold Lion award at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity.

In 2012, she moved to another advertising company, FP7 Beirut, where she worked as a creative director, but eventually returned to Leo Brunett, where she still works as a creative director.