ABOUT SABINE KAHWAJI
Sabine Kahwaji is a Lebanese-Canadian director, editor, writer, producer and videographer based in Vancouver, Canada. Kahwaji began her professional career when she produced, directed, wrote, and edited her first independent film, "SEVENTEEN", which was screened and selected at the Manchester Lift-Off Film Festival, selected as a semi-finalist at LA Cinefest, and nominated at the DMOFF Fest and IndieboomFEST.
Her love for music and narrative work transitioned her into working as an artist concert videographer and editor all with the goal of becoming a music video director. Sabine's creative ability led her to edit and film tour documentaries, concert videos, vlogs, and more for labels and artists like 21 Entertainment, Universal Music Canada, Crowd Surf, Tyler Shaw, Kim Petras, Ryland James, Savannah Ré, Alessia Cara among others.
Most recently, Kahwaji directed and produced the music video titled "Distance" for Juno Nominated artist IAMTHELIVING x Teon Gibbs, which aired on ETALK Canada and featured on the London daily post for its "movie like-feel."
As a proud Lebanese woman with a passion for storytelling, Sabine strives to eradicate cultural stereotypes through her work, ensuring that marginalized groups have a voice. Further, she is dedicated to using her music and film expertise to amplify the female-identifying perspective on and off-screen.
She is currently working on her first feature-length documentary set for release in 2022. She continues to work towards flourishing her career as an emerging director in the industry and work her way up to
continuously build her body of work.
Behind the scenes with Sabine Kahwaji
Listen to Sabine's interview with Femme Regard