Diana El Jeiroudi is a documentary filmmaker, editor and screenwriter whose films encapsulate socio-political tensions and contradictions and extend well over time.
Her filmography as a producer includes the award-winning Silvered Water – Syrian Auto portrait by O. Mohamad & W. S. Bedirxan (Cannes 2014), and The Mulberry House by Oscar-nominated Sara Ishaq (IDFA
2013). Over the years, Diana has supported many careers in cinema and tutored talents through professional workshops such as DOX BOX, EuroDoc, Ex Oriente, IDFA, Circle Women Doc Accelerator and Story Doc.
Her efforts in supporting and advancing the documentary community and culture, notably through establishing DOX BOX as Syria’s first documentary film festival, and then as the Berlin-based documentary film support association, has earned her recognition. (EDN Award, The Katrin Cartlidge Award, and The Heart of Sarajevo). She is a member of several film academies and professional networks and has served on film committees and juries, most notably Cannes Film Festival Golden Eye Documentary Award.