Born in 1985, Elias Moubarak is a Lebanese Filmmaker and professional photographer. He has majored in Communication Arts, with Radio/TV/Film emphasis.
He has directed several short movies, including Baghdad 64, which was selected in a number of film festivals.
He works as a freelance photographer, videographer and editor.
Since 2009, his photography was published in many books and magazines, and was exhibited at several occasions, including his own solo photography exhibition “Rust Never Sleeps” at the Centre Culturel Français in Byblos.
Today, he is currently working on his first feature documentary film. And meanwhile, he never stops taking pictures and work on his own personal projects.