A traditional Kuwaiti girl seeking life beyond her society, to achieve her ambitions and dreams in the modern era, to sing, to dance, and to flourish. We don’t know for sure if it’s a dream or reality. Entertainment and Humor.
About the Director, Writer and Producer:
Ema Shah born in June 7th 1981 is a Kuwaiti musician, singer, composer, dancer, pianist, guitarist, writer, puppeteer, theatrical & film actress, entertainer, and theater director.
With strong passion, Ema started her career in 1996 with the goal of being part of the art movement as well as being an artist. Her passion led her to starting a Kuwaiti band called “Anthropology” and had presented her first performance by Gibran Khalil Gibran; directing and producing and playing roles in “The Prophet.” In 2012, Ema received her award for Rumba Solo Dance from the FRED ASTAIRE DANCE STUDIO in Jacksonville, Florida amongst many other awards locally and internationally.
Ema and “Anthropology” presented many performances in locally, regionally, and internationally with scripts and songs of different languages such as Arabic, English, French, Spanish, Japanese, Maori, Tamazight, Hebrew, and many others! Local and International TV stations and radio stations hosted her live on air; and was spoken highly of by Los Angeles Times, MBC, CNN, France 24, Rotana and many other magazines and newspapers.
Ema enjoys travelling to different parts of the world to experience and learn about different cultures, traditions, dances, religions, and languages; as these factors inspire her art work and supports her in finding ways to unify mankind without any racial, sexual, or religious differences. Her intention is to make the world a better and peaceful place by helping people come together as one through her work.
– IMDb Mini Biography By: Abdalla Al-Muzaini Al-Muzaini. City Pages Magazine