Mira Adoumier (1985, New York) is a Lebanese and French filmmaker, artist, researcher and member of the collective The Camelia Committee. Growing in eight different countries, she started her studies majoring in philosophy and psychology at the American University of Beirut. In 2011, she went on to studying and practicing filmmaking at the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema at Concordia University in Montreal. The following years, she worked in both production and postproduction of independent films in both Montreal and Beirut while starting to film her debut feature Errans. In 2018, she became a researcher at the Netherlands Film Academy, completing her master’s degree in filmmaking in 2021. In the meantime, her first feature film, Errans premiered at CPH:DOX 2020 in the next:wave competition. Beginning of that year, she and her colleagues writer and editor Carine Doumit and filmmaker Nour Ouayda founded the collective The Camelia Committee. Her interdisciplinary practice, combining visual and performative arts, fictional and documentary approach at the bridge between art and cinema gave her the opportunity to show her work in exhibition spaces as well as in theaters. She is currently working on a documentary short film in collaboration with Jaap Pieters as well as a second feature film, The Night Came About, co-written with her collaborator Carine Doumit from the Camelia Committee and produced by Jia Zhao from Muyi films (NL).