Hany HawaslyAdjunct Instructor
Hany Hawasly holds a Master’s in journalism from the University of Missouri. He is a New York-based independent filmmaker who tells stories between the United States and the Middle East. Born and raised in Syria, he specializes in Arabic-language documentary storytelling as bilingual editor, translator, and cultural consultant. In 2019, he worked on several inspiring documentary projects spanning subjects from everyday life in post-ISIS Raqqa to a one-of-a-kind all-woman metal band in Lebanon. Hany is the Director of Operations of the Video Consortium in New York, a global community of non-fiction filmmakers, where he organizes monthly gatherings that awaken, transform, and inspire established and up-and-coming video makers. He teaches Multimedia Storytelling at NYUSPS in the Center for Applied Liberal Arts.
Multimedia storytelling has the power to provide context and depth to news stories, fundraising drives, marketing campaigns, and personal...