Rami El Harayri is an award-winning filmmaker based in the Netherlands. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Digital Filmmaking (Upper Second Class Honours) from Middlesex University. Rami has written, directed and produced several short fiction films and documentaries, including Behind the Smoke Screen (2013), Never Too Late (2014) and Damp Soil (2015). Behind the Smoke Screen won the Award for Best Documentary at NDU International Film Festival 2014 and his short fiction film Never Too Late received a Silver Remi Award at the WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival in 2015. In the same year, Damp Soil was acquired by the world's leading short movie channel ShortsTV, for TV broadcast and distribution via new media outlets in Europe and the Middle East. Rami has been involved in two feature film productions from the Netherlands between 2016 and 2017, including Brothers, a road movie that was largely shot in Jordan. He has worked on Brothers as the director’s assistant and production coordinator.