Kinda Alloush is Syrian film and television actress. She graduated from the Syrian Higher Institute for Theatrical Arts, and studied French literature. Since then she worked in the field of filmmaking where she started her journey as an assistant director in several films, then a producer and actress. Her first acting role was in 2007 in a short film named Shaghaf (Passion). Throughout her career, she participated in more than 15 films between Syria, Egypt, and Lebanon, such as Awlad Al-Am (The Cousins, 2009), Wahed Saheeh (A Whole One, 2012) and Hepta (2016). In Syria, she founded a production studio Damas, with the aim of supporting the making of documentary films. She directed a documentary called Fe Mahab Al-Reh (In the Wind). She was selected as a member of jury in several film festivals for different competitions: the Arab films competition in the 2012 Cairo International Film Festival, the 2012 Tropfest Arabia Short Film Festival, and the Mediterranean films competition in the 2013 Alexandria Film Festival.