Inspired by real events, the powerful series narrates the story of the notorious criminal of the same name in the 1980s, and the Saudi police’s efforts to bring him to justice.
El Diyk El Azraq
As his dream of opening a workshop to make glasses becomes difficult, Nabhan Saad El Diyk goes to his grandfather's old workshop, only to happen upon a blue pair of glasses that reveal things for what they truly are, landing him in a lot of comical situations.
After studying at university and excelling in soccer, a young Saudi is torn between the traditions of his father and the freedom he experiences in the U.S.
The work deals with irony, the repercussions of the Corona virus and its undesirable effects on Saudi and Gulf society, and what led to several preventive measures and precautions.
The Tambour of Retribution
The son of the swordsman falls in love with the daughter of Tagaga in a social paradox based on selling joy (wedding) and buying death
In 2050 Riyadh, elder Asma's richly captivating storytelling transports her cherished grandchildren to fabled times where they learn that modern-day dilemmas are no match for the trials, tribulations and words of wisdom passed from generation to generation through their fascinating folktales.
When suspicions grow around the death of their patriarch, an affluent family begin to peel back the truth as dark secrets come to light.
A gang kidnapped Five children and demanding a hefty ransom, while parents turn to the police, grandmothers set a mission to save them themselves.
Six Windows in the Desert
From a theatre play to the aftermath of a plane crash, this collection of shorts from Saudi filmmakers depicts the nuances of Saudi Arabian culture.