Na’ama Landau is a photographer and a filmmaker living and creating in Berlin. She is a strong believer in the power of stories to connect people and reveal new realities and her work often engages in themes involving language, identity, gender, sexuality, politics, exile and the city. Her film “Hyacinthus Lullaby” competed in film festivals around the world, including Reeling in Chicago and the Rose Filmdagen in Amsterdam. She has worked since as a director and cinematographer on a number of exploratory video art projects, music videos, and concept films. In 2019 she had a solo photo exhibition in ‘Gvul’ gallery (Israel) titled “Interdependece/הדדית-תלות ,“which explored the intersection between architecture and the human body.