Adwa’s screenplay, “The Fog Project,” was a semifinalist for the 2020 Nicholl Academy Fellowship, winner of the Rhode Island International Film Festival’s Flickers program, a finalist for the ScreenCraft Playwrights Competition and the 2020 Atlanta Film Festival. The feature film, funded and distributed by WB Studios, premiered at the Heartland Film Festival in 2019, Adwa said. The feature film, funded and distributed by WB Studios, premiered at the 2019 Heartland Film Festival. The film, made in Israel, tells the story of a pregnant Palestinian woman who plans to avenge “her” husband’s death in Israel with the help of Hamas. According to Adwa, the film has already been screened at several festivals around the world. AR: For the film “For What Worth Living,” I was looking for producers who believed in the film, who were willing to take on the challenge, who had the qualifications and experience to make the film. The film was shot in Arabic, and I didn’t know the language, so I memorized the text and always had an interpreter with me to make sure everything was pronounced correctly. In 2018, I wrote and directed a short film about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict called Something to Live For. After graduating with a degree in communications, I worked in the Israeli media, covering not only everyday stories but also war and terror, and collaborated with Keshet Production to produce documentaries about major terrorist attacks and kidnappings in Israel in the 1970s and 1980s. AR: I co-wrote the feature film Samir, a recent adaptation of The Count of Monte Cristo, about a Middle Eastern man accused of terrorism and sent to Guantanamo Bay prison. AR: My hope is that after watching my film, viewers will reflect on the complex reality we live in, ask questions and participate. I am currently in pre-production on my first feature film, Maya.