WAKANDA FILMS is an award-winning multidisciplinary film production company.
A storytelling company based in Beirut, with offices in Paris, their aim is to convey the essence of the human experience in deeply personal, intimate and emotional ways.
They produce full-length feature films, documentaries corporate films and commercials. They also offer a full range of postproduction and finishing services, which means they are here for you for as long as you need them.
With both European and Lebanese origins, their team has a foot set on two continents. While they provide production and services in the Middle East and Europe, it is their international experience, their global network of relationships, and a selection of international talented directors that enable them to produce and direct all over the world.
Their multinational team is able to travel internationally without visas almost anywhere. They are fully geographically mobile.
WAKANDA FILMS approaches film production with a few key ideas and passions in mind:
Quality is the central ingredient to having impact and producing beautiful evocative films; For them, the quality of the story is the real key to a successful film.
A passion for comprehension; where they are, how they got here, and where they are going. Only real research and a solid assessment of the topics they approach, convey understanding and lead them to producing thoughtful, powerful and impactful films.
A passion for film techniques along with a technology watch allow them to use the newest and most performing available equipment.
Emotion is the key to influence and catch an audience’s attention, even if they want to move them to a rational argument. Attention is an emotion-driven phenomenon. If they want to get and hold an audience’s attention, they need to trigger their tears, their laughters, their sighs….
Over the years, they have acquired a solid know how in the MENA region.
Amongst others, they have worked for Al Jazeerah, the Lebanese Ministry of Culture, the UN, the Francophony Agency, TV5…
Their work has numerously gained international recognition, the UNDP Prize. Their latest production, Blind Intersections, was nominated in over 25 international film festivals, won 4 awards and represented Lebanon at the Academy Awards.See more