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Juna Suleiman: Mira
Born in 1981 in Nazareth, Juna Suleiman is a Palestinian filmmaker, who graduated from Tel Aviv University, Faculty of Arts, Cinema and Television in 2006.
Juna directed, filmed, produced and co-edited her first feature documentary “Mussolini’s Sister;” world premiering at IDFA 2018 – First Appearance Competition. The film won two prizes at DocAviv festival in 2019 in Israel (Best Debut Film and Best Cinematography award.)
Juna is also the casting director of many notable feature films including “The Time that Remains” and “It Must Be Heaven"" by Elia Suleiman, “Omar” by Hany Abu Assad, and “Let it be Morning” by Eran Kolirin.
Juna is a former fellow at Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart / Germany (2013).
Salim Daw: Tarek
Born in 1950, Salim Daw graduated from Beit Zvi School of Stage Art and Cinema. He was lead actor in: “OSLO"", a 2021 HBO production directed by Bart Shayer; ""Gaza Mon Amour"", a 2020 Palestinian movie by the Naser brothers; “Let It Be Morning”, Eran Kolirin's film (2020); “Nafes”, series by Meyslon Hamud, Israel, HOT production (2020); “Awenti Popolo” Rafi Bokais film, Israel (1987); “Cup final”, Eran Riklis's film, Israel (1992); “The Curfew”, Palestinian film by Rashid Mshrawi (1993); “Max and Moris”, Yankol Goldwasers film, Israel (1993); “Flying camel”, Rami Naaman's film, Israel (1993); “The Milky Way”, Ali Nasar's Palestinian film (1997); “The recipient” Giacamo Batiatos film, France 2010. He wrote, directed, produced and acted in the “Mafatiah” documentary movie.
He was awarded Best Israeli film actor in 1989, and Best actor at the Anatalia Turkey Film Festival in 2020.
Khalifa Natour: Mohamad
Izabel Ramadan: Zahara
author of the novel Let It Be Morning