Program: Television and Film
Courses taught: TVF 441 Digital Cinematography
Degrees: MA in Filmmaking and Cinematography
Mark Khalifé is a director of photography/cinematographer. He has been working in the camera department since 2008 and graduated in 2014 with an MA in filmmaking/cinematography from the London Film School. His work includes the feature film Speaking in Tongues (set for release in 2017), TV series Beirut Waw (2 seasons, 2015-2016) and the shorts Round River (2016), Thieves in the Night (2015), Severed Garden (2015), Islands (2014), Dog Days (2014) and Txoria (2012). He has also worked with video artists such as Alia Farid, Akram Zaatari and Carlos Motta on Maarad Trablus (2016), 28 Nights and a Poem (2015) and Deseos (2015) respectively. He is currently based in Beirut and is involved in projects in Lebanon, the UK and the US.