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    Bushra Azzouz
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    Bushra Azzouz

    BUSHRA AZZOUZ, lead faculty member for 20 years, is the director of the award-winning documentary AND WOMAN WOVE IT IN A BASKET..., an exploration of traditional Klickitat river culture through a contemporary Native American woman’s point of view. Her two recent films, NO NEWS, a personal reflection on 9/11, and WOMEN OF CYPRUS, a collaboration with the women of the divided island, investigate the imprint of war on everyday life. She holds a BA from Reed College and an MA from San Francisco State. She is the lead mentor on the School of Film’s PROJECT VIEWFINDER and is currently working on A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM IN PRISON, which follows inmates at an Oregon state prison as they produce Shakespearian comedies.

     

     

     

     


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