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Remarkably, in a culture which segregates women, the first feature film ever shot entirely in Saudi Arabia was directed by a woman.

Behind the Scene's of 'Wadjda,' Saudi Arabia's First Feature Film

Remarkably, in a culture which segregates women, the first feature film ever shot entirely in Saudi Arabia was directed by a woman.

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Haiffa Al-Mansour is a Saudi Arabian female filmmaker -- a surprising feat in a country that has banned movie theaters and has restrictive views of women.

Haiffa Al-Mansour

Haiffa Al-Mansour is a Saudi Arabian female filmmaker -- a surprising feat in a country that has banned movie theaters and has restrictive views of women.

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