An ancient Egyptian tries to build an inverted pyramid.
Mohamed GHAZALA is assistant professor of animation and the chair and founder of Cinematic Arts School of Effat University/ Saudi Arabia, besides being the Vice President of the Int’l Animated Film Association, ASIFA, and the founder of its first chapter in Africa and in the Arab world. Ghazala directed and co-directed many awarded films, such as “Carnival” (2001), “Crazy Works” (2002), “HM HM” (2005),”Sayari Yetu” (2006), including the first Yemen’s animated film “Salma” in 2006, and “Honyan’s Shoe” (2009). He gave a number of workshops on animation in different countries and acted as a film
consultant for several international festivals. In 2011, he published his first book under the title “Animation in the Arab World”. His second book with title “Animation in Africa” which published in Egypt 2013. Ghazala mainly concentrates in making independent experimental animated films on his
own or in the course of workshops or art residencies.