Lara Saba is Lebanese director of feature films and documentaries. Based in Dubai, her films have been an important cultural witness to the realities of Lebanon today. In 1998, she directed her first film, “Passage”, which was acclaimed by the Lebanese press. She also tackled documentary filmmaking, directing “Suspended Return” (United Nations Development Program Documentary Prize). Her credits also include “Death Fields”, “Cinecaravane”, “Shattered Memories”, “Beirut, Truth and Versions” (awarded Best Editing at the Brussels International Film Festival, 2013), and “Blind Intersections” (screened and recognized at more than 30 international festivals), which was the 2014 Lebanese entry to the Academy Awards Best Foreign Film section. Saba has two films currently in development.