Mahmoud Al Massad, Director
Mahmoud al Massad was born in 1969 in Zarqa, Jordan. When he was 18 years old, he moved to Europe where he worked in the film industry in Romania, Italy, and Germany, making 12 short films. Al Massad divides his time between Jordan and the Netherlands.
Since 2002, al Massad has returned to Jordan to work on his film projects, including Shatter Hassan, Jackie & the 40 Yellow Cabs, Certificate, Ritual, Human Landscape, White Wall, and Sufi, among others. Al Massad’s latest project, This is My Picture When I was Dead, was supported by the Sundance Documentary Institute.