Dima Abu Ghoush started as a short story writer, and worked as an English Literature teacher and translator before she turned to filmmaking. She was awarded the Chevening Scholarship in 2002 and thus pursued her MA in Film & TV Production at the University of Bristol. She has made several documentaries as a freelancer before she, in 2005, co-founded Collage Productions, an independent production house based in Palestine. Dima’s documentaries were selected for several film festivals, and some were screened on Arab and European TV channels. Her latest film, EMWAS RESTORING MEMORIES, won several prizes and is still being shown in festivals around the world.