- cinema, installation, realization, video
- English, French
- born on 18.10.1993
- in Bethlehem, Palestine
- lives in Paris, France
Born in 1993 in Bethlehem, Palestine, Fadi Idris is a director. He studied documentary filmmaking at Dar Alkamina University for Arts and Culture. He has produced 15 short films for Vision (TV). His film Six fingers won the Public’s Award at the 2017 Cine-Palestine Festival in Paris, the year that he arrived. He shot numerous portraits for the agency of artists in exile and has done a short documentary about the bedouins of Palestine, Vein of life. In 2017, he also directed a short film La maison bleue from the stories and archives of ALPHA, a production in collaboration with the Centre Pompidou. He is a member of the agency of artists in exile.