Thursday, September 24,  2020


The King

The King
Directed by: Abdullah Hassan

Synopsis: “You see him always short sighted, not for his limited ambitions or shame, but because the wealth he seeks is in fact under his feet.”

More info: Arafa, a 10-year old boy, left the school, chose a different career, and dreamed big, but the society doesn't accept him, taking his dreams over, could he survive in this society?

The film has won Best Documentary in UNICEF student film festival 2011. And was nominated for New Horizon Prize in Aljazeera Documentary International Film Festival, 2012.






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