Enas I. Muthaffar

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About the Film

An illustration for the Intifada’s psychological impact on Palestinian children, which shows five stories of five kids trying to portray what the word “occupation” means.


Enas I. Muthaffar -- Documentary, 30’ (Egypt/Palestine: 2001)

Oh, Grandmother (Ah Ya Sity)



A historical overview vis-à-vis Palestine, especially the history of Jerusalem, through my grandmother’s eyes. She tells her side of the story since childhood, while the Ottoman Empire was still colonizing Palestine.


Enas I. Muthaffar -- Documentary, 5' (Egypt: 2000)

Sabeel Seedi Omar


About The film

The story of Omar, who spends his life striving to get back his stolen property. The events take place in one of Cairo’s popular wards, wherein the story of Omar and the stranger begins.


Enas I. Muthaffar -- 14' (Egypt: 2000)

Together We Were Raised (swa Rbena)



The story of a Palestinian girl that left Jaffa after the 1948 war to Cairo, leaving her brother in Palestine. Throughout the 50 years of occupation, she strives to get a permission to visit Jaffa and see her brother again.


Enas I. Muthaffar -- 12' (Egypt: 1999)

Vision (Ru’yah)



Starting with the hands’ gestures of various sculptures for imperative historical Egyptian figures and through the sketches of a painter, the camera hence continues to follow the hands of different people while doing various jobs.


Enas I. Muthaffar -- Documentary, 5' (Egypt: 1999)