In 12 years of activity, Greenhouse has trained more than 200 filmmakers from the Middle East, North Africa and Europe, guiding them in the process of extraordinary films and using them as a catalyst for creating more open and just societies. The core elements that make up Greenhouse have proven to be a winning combination, and the results speak for themselves: Of 158 film concepts subjected to the full Greenhouse process, 44 films have been completed, one film was nominated for Best Documentary at the American Academy Awards and won an International Emmy Award, and 30% of our graduates are in advanced stages of production. This is an extraordinarily high completion rate for a documentary development program, and a reflection of our enormous investment in ensuring that our films get made and funded. Greenhouse films, such as 'Those Who Said No', '10,949 Women', 'This is My Land', 'On the Way to School', 'A Film Unfinished', 'Five Broken Cameras' and others, explore a rich diversity of socially relevant issues and have had a concrete and lasting impact in the region and around the world.