Storytelling by Nasri Atallah
Nasri Atallah is a British-Lebanese author, TV presenter and media entrepreneur. His writing has appeared in The Guardian, GQ & Little White Lies. In 2019, he co-founded Last Floor Productions with Daniel Habib and Firas Abou Fakher, a production house dedicated to creating character-driven genre fiction for television, film and digital platforms. The company is focused on Arab stories and dedicated to bringing in a diverse range of Arab voices into the global entertainment industry. He’s also currently co-developing The New Arabs, a six-part television documentary about the Arab world that he will also host. The project is produced by Noble Television in Montreal. He previously collaborated on an Emmy-nominated episode of Interrupt This Program. He’s also developing smaller documentaries with independent filmmakers in the Middle East. His writing has appeared in publications including The Guardian, GQ Middle East, GQ India, Little White Lies, Monocle, Brownbook, and Time Out. In audio, he is a regular guest on the BBC Arts Hour and have appeared on BBC’s World Book Cafe and Monocle24. Most of his work focuses on Arab culture, pop culture & multiculturalism, the media industry, and storytelling.
In 2012, Nasri published a best-selling collection of stories & essays, Our Man in Beirut (Turning Point Books). For over a decade he has also worked in various ways to produce, promote and export film, digital content, music, writing, mainly from the Middle East. He’s also advised artists, brands & non-profits in the creative industries on strategy.
Kit Laptop, notebook, pen
Dates March 21, 22
Time 9am – 6pm
Capacity 20 participants
Level(s) All levels
Email Address firstname.lastname@example.org