August 14th, 2010
من خلال إنتاج مسلسلي كرتون جديدين، تحاول شركة خرابيش إعادة تعريف مفهوم توزيع المحتوى العربي وإعادة صياغة تجربة مشاهدة المسلسلات ووذلك ليس من خلال شاشة الفضائيات ووسائل الإعلام التقليدية، بل من خلال شبكة الإنترنت ومواقع مشاركة الأفلام ومواقع التواصل الاجتماعي.
الانتاج الأول، فوازير خرابيط ألف ليله وليله وهي عبارة عن رؤية كوميدية معاصرة للقصص وتراث ألف ليلة وليلة تعكس من خلالها الأحداث اليومية التي نعيشها في وقتنا المعاصر، وذلك باستخدام حوار خفيف وظريف بين شخصيات قصص ألف ليلة وليلة…
ومن خلال هذا المسلسل يتم التعرف على مجموعة من الأمثال الشعبية والتراثية والتي تأتي على شكل تعليق على الحدث الذي يدور في الحلقة ولكنها تقدم بشكل محوّر بحيث يطلب من الجمهور إكتشاف المثل الصحيح المناسب لذلك الحدث.
أمّا الانتاج الثاني، إحسبها صح مع الدكتور أمجد قورشه، فهو عبارة مسلسل كرتوني جريء يعتبر الأول من نوعه حيث يتم من خلاله طرح قضايا أخلاقية واجتماعية شبابية يقوم الدكتور أمجد قورشه بعدها بالتعليق على الاحداث وارسال رسائل قوية موجهة لفئة الشباب بالتحديد وللمجتمع كافة بشكل عام..
لمشاهدت هذه الأعمال قم بزيارة الروابط التالية
كما يمنكم الانضمام إلى صفحة خرابيش على الفيس بوك ومتابعة تحديثات خرابيش على موقع تويتر
June 20th, 2010
دعمًا لصمود الأهل اليوميّ في فلسطين
دعمًا لبقائهم ولتمسّكهم بالأرض وحفاظهم عليها
أمسية غنائيّة للفنّانة اللّبنانيّة
لنغنّي الشجر و الحجر في أرض فلسطين ..
لنغني الأمل و الحرية و حق العودة ..
لنغني بياراتنا و قمحنا و الزيتون ..
لنغني بيتك يا ستي ..
نحن باقون ..
باقون ما بقي الزعتر و الزيتون بصوت مي نصر و العربية لحماية الطبيعة هنا في عمان …
أمسية غنائية تنظمها “العربية لحماية الطبيعة” و تُحيها الفنانة اللبنانية مي نصر لدعم مشروع
حملة المليون شجرة الثاني في أراضي فلسطين المُحتلة
يذهب ريع هذه الأمسية لزراعة 1500 شجرة مثمرة في قرى القدس، غزة و النقب على النحو التالي
- 500 شجرة مثمرة في القدس المُحتلة – قرية قطنة
- 500 شجرة مثمرة في غزة المُحتلة – بيت لاهيا
- 500 شجرة مثمرة في النقب المُحتل
يقلعون شجرة … نزرع عشرة و نبقى
ثمن زراعة شجرة واحدة في أرض فلسطين 5 دنانير
بحضورك الأمسية الغنائية تزرع شجرة …
اسعار التذاكر 5 و 10 دنانير
سيعلن عن اماكن بيع التذاكر قريباً
للحصول على معلومات اكثر عن العربية لحماية الطبيعة و حملة المليون شجرة يرجى زيارة الموقع الالكتروني www.apnature.org
قامت خرابيش بانتاج هذا الفيلم الكرتوني القصير والذي يتحدث عن القصص التي يتعرض لها أصحاب الشركات الناشئة باسلوب كوميدي فكاهي. وقد تم عرض هذا الفيلم في افتتاح ميدان التي تعنى باحتضان الأفكار الابداعية للشباب وتطويرها إلى شركات ناجحة.
نحب أن نستمع لآراكم وتعليقاتكم وافكاركم لتطوير هذا العمل الفني
This short cartoon animation was produced by Kharabeesh for the opening event of Meydan. Meydan is an incubator fro innovative and creative business ideas.
The animation talks about the daily stories that happen to young Entrepreneur.. we would really appreciate your feedback, ideas and thoughts on how to develop this show.
What we need:
Kharabeesh is looking to hire a creative Arabic script writer as full time or part time job.
Kharabeesh produces mini cartoon shows which is about 1 to 5 minute long.
The writer is going to feed our shows with the needed scripts and convert concepts into scripts that can be used for animation.
The writer must have a high sense of humor and able to write smooth powerful conversations and dialogues. He also must have good knowledge base in Arabic language and grammar. English language is a plus…
The writer must be aware of what is happing in our society and the world.. A crazy waco imaginative mind is appreciated..
No certification needed.. so if you are a university student hap in please
If you are interested please send the following to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Introduction about your self
- Two Sample scripts for one of our shows which do not exceed 1 minute duration
- CV “if available” is a plus
Looking to hear from you and work with you
تقوم خرابيش بانتاج مسلسلات كرتونية قصيرة تتراوح مدتها من دقيقة إلى خمس دقائق
سيكون عمل الكاتب تزويد هذه المسلسلات بما تحتاجه من نصوص وسيناريوهات بحيث يقوم بتحويل الأفكار والنكت إلى نصوص وحوارات تستخدم في الرسوم المتحركة.
يجب أن يكون الكاتب على قدر كبير من الفكاهة ولديه القدرة على كتابة حوارات سلسه وقوية لحبكات قصيرة جداً. كما يجب عليه أن يكون على معرفة جيدة بقواعد اللغة العربية. أمّا بالنسبة للغة الانجليزية فهي مفضلة أيضاً ولكن ليست ضرورية..
يجب أن يكون الكاتب على قدر كبير من الدراية بمشاكل وهموم المجتمع المحلي والعربي وعلى علم بقضايا العالم والأحداث التي تدور من حولنا.. إذا كان الكاتب صاحب عقل مجنون وخيالي وغير تقليدي فهذا سيكون رائعاً..
لا حاجة لأي شهادة.. لذا فإننا ندعو طلاب الجامعات ليجربوا حظّهم معنا..
إذا كنت مهتماً بالانضمام إلينا أرجوا إرسال ما يلي إلى email@example.com
- مقدمة تتحدث فيها عن نفسك
- مثالين لسيناريو حلقتين من مسلسلات خرابيش على أن لا تزيد مدّة الحلق عن دقيقة..
- سيرة ذاتية إن وجدت “يفضل ذلك”
March was a plan ride month for me. I was lucky to attend the Abu dhabi Media summit for 2010. It was really a great exposure for Kharabeesh by all means. But
For the first time media, telecoms and web giants get together in one stage to talk about the future of media in the age of technology and data revolution. The scene is very distributive and i felt that everyone is trying to adapt with the rapped evolution and change on how people begin to consume content. Major Arabic media groups are trying to move from being a funded or sponsored institutions into a profitable independent businesses. They also trying hard to understand the new media market and to have a foot there. Telecoms in the region is having a very active role in developing a strategic plans to develop the content market for mobile.
Having said that, paid TV and content in the Arab region failed and became obsolete business. The focus on mobile was very clear. Mobile , mobile, mobile, everyone was talking about how mobile evolved from being a communication tool into a publishing platform for content. The fact that mobile is a guaranteed paid distribution channels with a very high penetration rate in the region made it very sexy for all media groups and production companies.
But regarding the web, it’s still blurry for most of the media dinosaurs who could not figure out how can they control media in this vast growth space. There was no clear business model for them on how to monazite on their content via web. The traditional way of content consumption still controls their minds and they cannot get out of that trap.
On the other hand, telecoms and web technologies are making the most benefit of what is happing. They are having the upper hand over media and this distributive technology made it possible for small companies like Kharabeesh and others to be part of the game. They were successful in changing the media scene and disrupt media monopolies.
Advertising will not be the same again. Advertising is being redefined. Some people are expecting the death of print. While print in india is booming. Others are trying to find a new business model for news. while others are trying to redefine the way we generate news.
Rupert Murdokh showed a great interest the Arab market. Hans Vestberg, President & CEO of Ericsson predicted that by 2020 there will be 50 billion devices connect to internet all of them require content. Eric Schmidt/Chairman & CEO of Google said it loud and clear “Arabs,write more for the internet”.
Its so clear that content market in the Arab region is hot now. But the question is what? and how? What kind of content do we need? and how can we move from non existence to momentum in a time where content on web is being doubled every two years world wild.
Although there was no smell of any Jordanian media presence, this event did not completely exclude Jordan. In fact Jordan made a unique good presence through its technology leadership and young entrepreneurs. H.E Marwan Juma’a on his panel raised the challenge among these big giants when he talked about the success stories of Jordan’s young entrepreneurs regardless of all the challenges and lack of fund that we face.
I personally believe that media dinosaurs will be out of the game soon. The future for us is by combing technology innovation and creative original content development together, and this is where I see Jordan should be heading. Simply because we have it naturally.
February 16th, 2010
Google Arabia 2.0 was held last week in Dubai and I was lucky enough to attend such a high caliber assembly. Smartly organized, with a touch of Google creativity and joyful culture. taking advantage of the colorful spaces of the Children City, made the venue by it self a perfect place to imagine the future of Arabia.
Early morning, the lobby was filled with CEOs, high officials and decision makers in technology and business from all around the region. But lets admit it, I was a very bad socializer. Such a chance like this needs a really good hunter. Thank to a friend, I managed to catchup with few key people.
Few minutes later I found my self inside the auditorium and the event has started. Mohammed Gawdat, Head of Emerging Markets Counsel at Google, started the day in a very inspirational way by giving us the 9 rules of innovation which adopted and applied inside Google. You can review tweets on #GdayDubai.
Mr. Gawdat highlighted some very harsh realities regarding how much our region is poor in terms of innovation. But he also gave us a good case study on how to build an innovative ecosystem using the Google experience as an example.
After this very inspiring keynote, a two young Jordanian entrepreneurs came out to the stage. The founder of Jeeran.com, Laith and Omar, told everyone their story and the challenges that they faced throughout their entrepreneurial years.
After the coffee break, the glory of this event was revealed when the father of the internet started to talk about the future of the internet. To be honest with you my imagination could not keep up with that man in his 60’s. Mr. Vint talked about intergalactic network or internet which he is working on with NASA at the moment!! The only picture I had on my mind is the picture of a dirty hole in the middle of Amman’s street, left out without any proper treatment, and a black telephone cable coming out of the ground.
I felt so foolish.
Then Mr. Hugo Barra , Product Management Director for Mobile at Google, closed the circle by presenting to us the latest innovation of Google mobile products. From voice searching into searching by image capturing. I felt that google is saying to world, the age of startrek begins here and the way we talk to our devices in no longer by keyboard.
After this amazing keynotes we had a 5 minute break. I stood in a very long line of VIPs waiting for my turn to go to the restroom. That was absurd!!
Then a discussion panel started which was joined by H.E Marwan Juma’a. The panel discuss the efforts made by Jordan,UAE and Egypt to uplift the technology industry in each country. The only messing thing was that I did not see any collaborative efforts or regional vision regarding innovation. I felt that every country is playing solo and they will keep playing solo until further notice.
December 9th, 2009
Fekra is a program initiated by The Children Museum. The museum hosted groups of children from different institutions and organizations, and from different parts of Jordan.They spend couples of hours at the museum twice a week. For a month, these kids are exposed to new learning experiences through couple of workshops and activities.
I was honored and lucky to be part of Fekra this year and to play playdoh with kids a little bit. It was hard but yet fun. I just gave these kids some playdoh pieces to play with and to experience the fun of molding and creation.
At the beginning, non of the kids had an idea what to do, and to tell you the truth I could not tell them what to do. I just wanted them to express their thoughts.. The only thing they though of was a man committing a suicide, a gun and a big bullet.. Then there was that little girl came from heaven and saved the day. She started to create amazing shapes and objects and when I asked everyone to see her work, a river of innovation ran into their minds. The scene was crazy and the workshop became a playdoh carnival.
That girl was able to do something I could not do.. That girl inspired her friends more than I could and I am thankful for what she did.
Fekra program is amazing and I believe it should be expanded beyond the museum it self. Our kids needs to be exposed to many positive experiences. And they should learn how to express, share and produce. And we as adults we need to lean how to deal with their emotions, dreams and imagination. We need to learn how to inspire them and be inspired by them. So I guess it was a good start..
Special Thanks to Alma Khasawneh
November 27th, 2009
Have you noticed your Facebook account lately!! Due to the Adha Eid people shared their greetings through e-card images using sheep in many different concepts trying to spread fun and smiles before the Eid. The sheep now is considered an overused icon or symbol for this religious celebration each year you get spammed by herds of digital sheep.
September 22nd, 2009
When we started Kharabeesh we wanted to be storytellers who are telling our stories in all kind of formats. But we never thought that we are going to tell a story of a city through floats and a people..
We were lucky to be part of an amazing trilogy. Three Jordanian companies, iJordan, OrangeRed and Kharabeesh teamed together to organize Amman’s first parade. The biggest festive event this year and the tipping point of a one year celebration of GAM’s centennial.
Kharabeesh is considered the creative arm of the organizing team. Our role was divided into two major parts.
A- Branding and communication design which include designing all kind communication materials such posters, flayers, outdoors. ads and TVCs.
B- Float design, and that was the most challenging and interesting part, because it was the first time ever we design a float, from concept to workshop drawing, eleven floats were designed. Ten of these floats, each represent a decade from the 100 years of Amman.
The parade is going to be on Friday 9th of October and it’s gonna start form the roman theater and ends at Ras Al Ain.