Ahmad Al-Bazz, born in 1993, is a multi-award winning video-journalist, photographer and documentary filmmaker based in the West Bank city of Nablus in the Palestine region. Ahmad holds an MA degree in Film and Television Studies and Creative Practice from the University of East Anglia in the United Kingdom, and a BA degree in Media and Mass Communication from An-Najah National University in Palestine. Since 2012, Ahmad has been a member of the Activestills documentary photography collective. "Homenessness" is Ahmad’s 2nd documentary film after To My Mother (2014) that has won several regional and international film awards.
  • Producer (2 Credits)
    Homenessness2018
    Documentary, Student
    To My Mother 2014
    Documentary, Student
  • Director (2 Credits)
    Homenessness2018
    Documentary, Student
    To My Mother 2014
    Documentary, Student
Golden Award winner
To My Mother
International Student and Newcomer Movie Awards
Bali
2016
Best Emerging Director Award
To My Mother
Al Ard Film Festival
Sardinia
2016
Al Jazeera Documentary Channel Award - Best Arab Short Film Category
To My Mother
Al Jazeera International Documentary Film Festival
Doha
2015
NBH Award - 2nd place
Homenessness
NBH Award 2018
Bahrain
College
University of East Anglia
MA Film, Television and Creative Practice
20172018
College
An-Najah National Univeristy
BA Media and Mass Communication
20102014
Birth Date
January 16, 1993
Current City
Nablus city
Hometown
Nablus city
Gender
Male
Ethnicity
Arab
Eye Color
Green
“I do not agree with what you have to say, but I’ll defend to the death your right to say it.” — Voltaire.