Private Project

Blind Eyes

Blind eyes is a short film translates an impressive dialogue in which Yemen weeps and speaks to its nation as a mother whispers to her children that they might be able to remove that fake vision and realize the ugly face of misery and the sour truth of the continual bloody events whose entity has been coincided with the emergence of the Yemeni Civilization. This heart to heart conversation leaves a remarkable query about life sancity and only future carries the answer.

  • Hashim Hashim
  • Mohammed Al-Ashabi
  • dotnotion
    media production
  • Nasiha Alansi
    Key Cast
    the old lady
  • Abdullah Yahya Ibrahim
    Key Cast
    Shadow Actor
  • Sami Shamsan
    Key Cast
    Shadow Actor
  • Yousef Alhaimi
    Key Cast
    Shadow Actor
  • Batoul Aldurah
    Key Cast
    Shadow Actor
  • Project Title (Original Language):
    عيون عمياء
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  • Genres:
    Drama, Tragedy, war
  • Runtime:
    6 minutes 11 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    December 15, 2014
  • Production Budget:
    15,000 USD
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  • Film Color:
    Black & White and Color
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Director Biography - Hashim Hashim

He is an Interior Architect and gained his certificate in this field from UiTM University, Malaysia with an excellent grade that enabled him to get first place among all classmates.
It wasn’t just architecture, but also filming that reflected Hashim's apparent elegance derived from his Malaysian Teacher's remark, who is one of the top ten Directors in his country, to the promising talent he owns. As a result, Hashim started focusing on the art of photography and worked hard to keep it in progress.
After his graduation, this young man along with his team members participated and won a first place award in a short film competition held by the Cultural British Council in Yemen whose first five winners were granted a training course in film directing on the hands of British filmmakers in Cairo.
This experience encouraged him along with his creative team to progress in film production and succeeded in fulfilling a twenty-minute- film named, "Misconception" aimed to reflect a brilliant picture about Yemenis' religion, identity and their strong correlation with traditions. This film has been displayed effectively in a number of international festivals whose continual success pushed Hashim forward to attend other fields such as advertising and documentary film production with both unusual notions and impressive techniques.

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Director Statement

Filmmaking is a passion and it expresses my feelings without speaking.