Hinde Boujemaa is half-Belgian and half-Tunisian. She began her career as a technician before making her first feature-length documentary, It Was Better Tomorrow, which was presented in the official selection of the 68th Venice Film Festival. As a director, she is involved in several campaigns for the fight against discriminations by women all over the world. In 2015, she made the short film ...and Romeo Married Juliet. Le rȇve de Noura is her first fiction feature film, which had its international premiere in 2019 at the Toronto Film Festival and in the New Directors section at the San Sebastian International Film Festival.
2020 - Noura's Dream, ff
2019 - ...and Romeo Married Juliet, sf
2013 - It Was Better Tomorrow, ff (doc)