CO-PRODUCER DIMA ALANSARI was born in 1977, in Beirut, Lebanon. Alansari got her BA in Communication Arts double major Radio/TV/Film & Theatre, from the Lebanese American University in 1998 and has seven years of Directing, Producing and Acting experience in Kuwait TV and Theatre.
In 2004, Alansari completed a Diploma from the New York Film Academy from King's College London and continued with a Chevening Scholarship from the British Embassy in Kuwait to obtain an MA in Feature Film from Goldsmith College, University of London.
Alansari is currently the General Manager and executive producer with Desert Door Productions where she has produced the documentary Storm from the South, which provides an intimate glimpse at the six critical days before the first Kuwait elections where women were allowed to participate and run for office for the first time in their history. The documentary was nominated for the "Al Muhr award for excellence in Arab Cinema"
Her international work includes an assistant director credit for two-part documentary for the Al Arabia satellite channel shot in the USA about Arab American relations post September 11 entitled An Ocean Apart. She is also currently working on a 30 episode series entitled Lawrence of Arabia for the Arab region and is managing both Kuwait and Dubai offices.
Director/Co-Screenwriter: Bruce Neibaur