Yasmin Fedda is a Palestinian filmmaker, artist, curator and scholar whose work has been shown on the BBC and Al Jazeera English and screened at numerous festivals including Sundance, Edinburgh FF and CPH:DOX. Her feature documentary work is multi award winning and includes the co-created film How We Work (2024) focused on displacement in 5 countries around the world; Ayouni (2020) a film about people forcibly disappeared in Syria; Queens of Syria (2014), which won the Black Pearl award a the Abu Dhabi Film Festival and best female director at Carthage Film Festival; and Breadmakers (2007), winner of best short at Edinburgh Film Festival and BAFTA nominated. Her first interactive work is The Pathogen of War (2024). 

Yasmin has taught different aspects of film in various settings around the world including with univerities, NGOs, and media and civil society orgaisations. 

Yasmin gained an MA in Visual Anthroplogy from the University of Manchester and a PhD in Trans-disciplinary Documentary Film from the University of Edinburgh. She is a lecturer in Film Practice at Queen Mary University, London and a Fellow of the Institute of Humanities and Social Science.

Yasmin was a co-founder and programmer of Highlight Arts and is part of production company Black Leaf Films.  

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