Helmy Nouh is an Egyptian film director. He studied filmmaking at High Cinema Institute, Academy of Arts in Cairo. He has directed, wrote and produced a number of short fiction and documentary films. During and after his film studies, he always tries to understand cinema more and more by writing, analyzing and practicing this magical medium through working with film in both digital and analogue. Cinema is for him the primary vehicle in which he can express himself. Cinema cannot be separated from the social and political issues affecting us at a particular time in a particular space. The multiple layers of moving images, storyline and sounds that come together in a film and makes it a piece of art are dense and affect our minds and senses. They have the capacity to go beyond what social sciences can do in increasing our understanding and sensitivity towards the world around us, and to human relations.