Rashid Masharawi lives and works in Ramallah, where he founded the Cinema Production and Distribution Center in 1996 with the aim of promoting local film productions. He also sponsors a mobile cinema, which allows him to screen films in Palestinian refugee camps. Other projects include the annual Kids Film Festival and major workshops on film production and directing. Rashid Masharawi regularly organises readings and discussion forums at the Al-Matal cultural centre. With his documentaries and feature films, he has also made a name for himself as a film artist. He has received several film awards.
- The Shelter, (1989) Fiction 
- Curfew (1994) At the Cannes International Film Festival he was awarded the Unesco Film Award for 'Curfew' (1994) and received the audience and critics’ prize for the best film at the Montpellier Film Festival.
- Haifa (1996)
- A Ticket to Jerusalem (2002), feature film  won a number of awards.
- Live from Palestine, (2002) Docu. 57 min. 
- Waiting, (2005) Film / TV, Feature film. Film Review: Rashid Masharawi's "Waiting", by Ali Abunimah, 8 May 2006, the Electronic Intifada
- Arafat, my Brother, Film, (2005) / TV, Documentary.
- Laila's Birthday (2008)
- Palestine Stereo (2013)
- Gertz & Khleifi, p.43
- An Interview with the Palestinian Filmmaker Rashid Masharawi by Fareed Armaly, April 2002
- Rashid Masharawi - filmmaker by Monique Roffey, Paul Prillevitz, and Khaled Hourani, 19.06.2006
- Rashid Masharawi at IMDb
- Rashid Masharawi, Buthina Canaan Khoury, Nahed Awwad, Hazim Bitar, Annemarie Jacir and Ahmad Habash by Kamran Rastegar, Bidoun, Fall 2006
- Gertz, Nurith; Khleifi, George (2008): Palestinian Cinema: Landscape, Trauma, and Memory, Chapter 4. Without place, Without time: The films of Rashid Masharawi (p. 101-118), Indiana University Press. ISBN 0-253-22007-6
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