Dahna Abourahme is a Palestinian filmmaker based in New York. She grew up in Abu Dhabi and Amman, and received her MA in media studies at the New School for Social Research in New York.
She teaches video to youth and has been involved in several community art projects. Her credits include sound recording for 500 Dunam on the Moon and like twenty impossibles. Her previous work Blue Flickers, is an audio-video installation exploring the abnormality of the normal and the violent urgency of stories in our lives.
Until When... is her first feature.