Movies are a battle for the soul of the universe.
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CAA London
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    Grace Shalhoub is an independent filmmaker developing content with cross-cultural themes and explorations of the human condition. With a mission to weave the elusive Arab-American story into the America tapestry, Grace has focused much of her work on Kahlil Gibran, famed and beloved writer, artist, and philosopher.
    In 2011, Grace co-wrote the biographical feature film, “Gibran”, which quarter-finaled in the AMPAS Nicholl Fellowship for Screenwriting, administered by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences. In 2021, Grace wrote the musical feature film, "Broken Wings", based on Gibran’s popular short story and the original stage musical in London.
    Grace’s accolades include nominations by the European Independent Film Festival in Paris, the Toronto International Film and Video Awards, the Female Eye Film Festival in Toronto, and the Social World Film Festival.
    Grace has a Bachelor of Arts and Sciences from Boston College and a Juris Doctorate of Law from New England Law School. In addition to her cinematic passion projects, Grace worked as a consultant throughout the Middle East, where her missions focused on the security, protection and preservation of historical and religious sites. Raised in Boston, Massachusetts, Grace now lives in Beirut, Lebanon, with her three children.
    • Writer (1 Credit)
      Speak of Gibran
      Television Script
    College
    Boston College
    Political Science
    19901994
    High School
    Thayer Academy
    19861990
    Birth Date
    June 11, 1972
    Gender
    Female
    Children
    Alexa, Anthony, Anabelle
    Movies are a battle for the soul of the universe.
    Talent Agent
    CAA London
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