If you've ever wondered what it would be like to work on blockbuster movies with the likes of Matt Damon and Brad Pitt, this one's for you.
Natasha Dahdaleh, a costume stylist who has worked on their respective films The Martian and War Machine, will be leading a talk at the BOLDTalks Woman on April 23.
The one-day event - which welcomes men and women alike - will looks at the great stories of females in the region, including the challenges and successes.
Taking place at DUCTAC inside Dubai's Mall of the Emirates, her chat is part of a line-up of discussions that center around "women's wellness, health, education, empowerment, inspirational stories, women in art and culture".
Check out the full line-up below:
Challenging the Centuries Long Traditions of Beading and FGM
By Dr. Josephine Kulea, recognized and awarded widely for her work including: Unsung Hero 2011, UN Person of the Year 2013, and recently by President Obama on his recent visit to Kenya.
Why was Killing Scheherazade Necessary?
By Joumana Haddad, Lebanese writer, journalist and one of the world's 100 most powerful Arab women for the 3 past consecutive years by Arabian Business magazine for her cultural and social activism.
Minimal Invasive Surgical Intervention in Gynaecological Cancer
By Rajesh Devassy, a renowned expert and pioneer in advanced Laparoscopic Pelvic Reconstructive and Oncological Surgery.
The Middle East, Women and Art
By Sara Masinaei, a poet and a multidisciplinary artist, and researcher in a variety of topics pertaining to art movements and developments in the Middle East.
Drums, Art and Brad Pitt
Live musical performance and a talk by the artist and musician Natasha Dahdaleh, an Arab female drummer in a rock band.
Dancing on the Hyphen: Tapping Into Culture to Reawaken Inspiration and Creativity
By Christine Jean Blain, an author, educator, performer and storyteller, influenced by the culture she inherited and helps to create.
BOLDtalks Through Artist's Eyes
By the artist Farah Nasrawi, who will be painting some of the talks live on stage as they are being presented. The completed painting will be donated to Palestine Children's Relief Fund.
Tickets are available at at DUCTAC's Box Office (04 341 4 777) and online on boldtalks.com and DUCTAC, and are priced at AED200.