Tech Talent Egypt (7 episodes)

Breathing Land - Slow Tourism in Lakes Edku and Ma

IOC Media

Breathing Land - Slow Tourism in El-Montazah, Egyp

Showreel 2021

This Turkish Language Isn’t Spoken, It’s Whistled

For three centuries, farmers living in the remote mountains of northern Turkey have communicated great distances by whistling. It’s a language called kuş dili that is still used to this day, though fewer people are learning it in the age of the cell phone. It’s also known as bird language, for obvious reasons. Muazzez Köçek lives in Kuşköy, and she is the best whistler in her village. Muazzez shows us how she uses varied pitch frequencies and melodies to translate Turkish vocabulary into whistles with meaning.

Tarawih during Ramadan

Emotional Dua-e-Qunoot | Heart Soothing by Sheikh Hatem Farid || AWAZ, Alexandira, Egypt 2011

This Turkish Ice Cream Doesn’t Melt

Ankara might be the capital city, but Kahramanmaraş is Turkey’s undisputed ice cream capital. Atilla Kanbur is the fourth generation in his family to make delicious Turkish ice cream, churning out 5 tons of the sweet stuff a day. What’s so special about Turkish ice cream? It’s stretchy, it’s sticky, oh, and it doesn’t melt.

The forgotten

The idea of the forgotten short documentary films is to start depending on crafts and professions in Egypt, which are forgotten by time. Maybe after 10 years these crafts won't exist in our daily lives anymore. The forgotten film is about Metal casting craft. It’s about founding metal, How to reshape the scraps metal to make a useful one needed in our lives.

Nabulsi Kunafa of Karam Elshaam .. كنافة نابلسية ك

Nabulsi Kunafa of Karam Elshaam .. كنافة نابلسية كرم الشام

Younis for honey industry

At one of bee's farms in Egypt, Gawad and younos honey

Frango restaurant

Frango menu challenge

Visualizing Chaos

A long-term (ongoing) project started in 2014 Ink drawing practice on paper and canvas on a several sizes for Artist Israa El Naggar Published on August 2017

Mofkera مفكرة

Todo Ramadan April 2019-1440
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