Desperate for companionship, a lonely, young Palestinian-American man agrees to marry an Israeli woman in need of a Green Card, forcing them to re-examine their respective cultural and familial traditions.
Born in Amman Jordan, Ghazi Albuliwi immigrated to New York with his parents and was raised in Brooklyn. His feature film debut as a Writer/Director, entitled West Bank Brooklyn, premiered at the AFI Film festival in Los Angeles and went on the screen at Gen Art. Named by Filmmaker Magazine as one of the Top 25 New Faces of Indie Film, Albuliwi's second feature, Peace After Marriage, is currently in development.
Bandar Albuliwiw graduated from the directing program at the American Film Institute Conservatory. Recipient of the 2009 Academy of Television Arts & Sciences TV Directing Fellowship, he recently finished working on the new FOX sitcom, Brothers.
Frank Ozerten- Co-Producer