Ayman Nahle is a visual artist, filmmaker, cinematographer, film editor and film archivist. By synergizing his filmmaking with a passion for archiving, he delves into the realm of liminal space, bridging the gap between past memories and cultural and political interventions. His work is being showcased in cinemas, film festivals, galleries, and museums worldwide.
Since 2020, he has been actively involved in archival practices, contributing to various workshops and research projects as an audio-visual archivist for Umam Documentation & Research (UMAM D&R) collections. His dedication to preserving and documenting audio-visual materials has been instrumental in enriching the historical and cultural heritage of these collections.
At SIFF Ayman Nahle will be presenting archival material from Umam Documentation & Research (UMAM D&R) as part of the talk “Trans-Mediterranean Archive Dialogue”.