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Arab women series .. "Netflix" announces the latest series in the East

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Sunday, 14 April 2019

Written by Mona Al-Moji:

Netflix has announced that it is ready to produce a youth drama from a girls' school in Amman, entitled "Al Rawabi Girls School", to be the latest in its original productions in the Middle East.

"Al Rawabi Girls School" is an Arab women's work written and directed by the young Jordanian director Tema Shoumali, in collaboration with writer Sherine Kamal, in addition to a women's championship in front and behind the cameras.

The series, which takes place at Al Rawabi School for Girls, presents dramatic details when one of the girls tries to take revenge on her colleagues after being bullied. The verse turns upside down and becomes accused. And discover that everyone fluctuates between two faces, each of them Saleh and another bad face, the first of them.

Commenting on the new series, Simran Sethi, Global Business Director at Netflix said: "We are proud to partner with Tema again to introduce Al Rawabi School for Girls, the first Arab youth drama where women take the lead not only behind the screen but also in front of them. Are excited to share this story, which offers a new perspective of Arab content to all our followers in more than 190 countries around the world. "

"The Al Rawabi School for Girls is one of the closest series to my heart because it depicts a mix of stories and conflicts that the Arab girl is going through between reality and the virtual world in a different context that has not been put on the screen before, especially in this age group," commented Tima Shomali, I am very excited to collaborate with Netflix to present stories that highlight important and hidden aspects of Arab women's lives through a global platform that is being followed by more than 139 million subscribers worldwide. "

"The Middle East has many stories and intrigues that may not exist elsewhere," said Sherine Kamal, who co-authored the series. "I hope that Al Rawabi School for Girls will touch not only Arab women but all women around the world."

It was worth mentioning that Tima Shomali was a participant in the campaign, "The Role of Starring," a campaign in which Netflix celebrated Arab women to showcase women's models on screen and in fact included creative videos of 30 content creators and influential figures on social networking sites in the Middle East .

Al Rawabi Girls' School, which will be produced in collaboration with Filmision, is the second Netflix business in the Middle East after the series "Gen", whose staff consists of a group of emerging and emerging talent. To be issued in the summer of 2019.

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