Our team

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Camille is Director and Co-Founder of the Lebanese Film Festival in Australia and has been since 2011. Driven by a desire to see community building and development of arts and culture within Western Sydney, as well as building cross cultural ties between Australia and Lebanon, Camille has established the Lebanese Film Festival to become the worlds largest of its kind. Camille also has a passion and commitment to socio-economic and cultural development. Camille is a qualified and practicing urban planner, currently working in Local Government and posses a Master of Development Studies and Culture Change from Macquarie University.

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Jessica (Khoury) Zeait, co-founded the Lebanese Film Festival and has held the role of Co-Director and Programmer since 2011. Jessica holds a Bachelor of Arts degree majoring in Film and Theatre (University of New South Wales) and a Master of Arts Screen: Business and Leadership (Australian Film, Television and Radio School). Jessica is a qualified global festival, film marketing and programming executive and her robust career has seen her assistant produce Palm Beach the Movie, hold the role of a national film programmer and festivals manager at HOYTS cinemas and most recently joined Actors Centre Australia as Head of Marketing Strategy. Jessica is also a guest lecturer/tutor at AFTRS.



Manager, Operations And Finance

Priscilla Fayad is responsible for managing the Lebanese Film Festival team, and for the operation of the Association. Priscilla lived in Lebanon for eight years and has a strong interest in showcasing contemporary Lebanese culture in Australia. Priscilla has an eight year old daughter and is currently working full time in the development industry. Priscilla’s hobbies include film, cooking, music and travel. Priscilla is also the mastermind behind developing strategic and creative opening and closing night concepts.

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Manager, Public Affairs And Marketing

With over a decade of experience in Marketing, Communication, and Financial Services, Julia Lattouf is a seasoned professional. In 2011, she co-founded the Lebanese Film Festival Association (LFF), propelling it to become the world’s largest festival of its kind, fueled by her passion for making arts accessible. Together with LFF, Julia also lends her expertise in Brand and Marketing to the Westpac Group, overseeing some of its key national partnership portfolios. Armed with a Bachelor of Communication degree and a decade of industry experience, Julia excels in strategy, sponsorship, events, and community engagement, evident in her leadership in award-winning projects. Known for her organisational skills and commitment to driving impactful results, Julia is dedicated to making a positive difference in the lives of everyday Australians.

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Ed Hanna is the Lebanese Film Festival’s film programmer and festival advisor. Ed has a lifetime interest, love and passion for film and theatre, having undertaken studies in film and communications. He now works in the property development and commercial real-estate sector, but his passion for film is reflected through his ongoing support of the Lebanese Film Festival, amongst other film and arts projects. Ed has held positions in local arts and media organisations, having been Director for Urban Theatre Projects and being involved with local community Radio (Bankstown BFM), as well as undertaking radio broadcast roles in Lebanon. Ed is now married and a father of one, and has been one of the Festival’s greatest sponsors and supporters. We welcome Ed to the team as our film programmer, festival advisor and film critic.

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strategy advisor

David joined LFF in 2023. With over 12 years’ experience within financial services and general insurance, Dave’s capabilities extend across HR operations, business partnering, sales, customer service, people management, measuring performance and talent acquisition. He has a passion for partnering and delivering the right solutions and outcomes for stakeholders. dave is currently the HR Shared Services Manager at iCare NSW.



Volunteer Manager

Angela Lattouf is Volunteer Manager for the Lebanese Film Festival and has been since 2017. With a Bachelor of Business degree, majoring in Human Resources from the University of Western Sydney, Angela is passionate about community development, people and driving motivation, inspiration, development and results. Angela also currently works in Human Resources for one of Australia’s major financial institutions. Angela also commits herself to a number of charity works and philanthropic pursuits.




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