Mirit Mikhail

After her film studies in Paris, she worked as a film technician on several international projects, at the same time she worked as an organizer for film festivals such as Cannes, Cairo, Biennial of Arab Films in Paris.

In 2010, she leaves Paris for India. With Ashmith Kunder, they develop the idea of ​​project “the Mahârâjah of France”.

Between 2009 and 2011, she directed several promotional projects, some of which were broadcast on TV. In 2011, she co-directed with filmmaker Farid Ismail, a documentary about the Egyptian revolution “18 days in the heart of the Egyptian revolution” of 26′, selected in many festivals and broadcast on TV5 Africa. In the same carries a clip to support the Egyptians based abroad to acquire the right to vote. Since 2012 she has been working with an Egyptian filmmaker and photographer, Mahmoud Afify. They have directed numerous documentaries for companies such as L’Oreal, Rai Uno, Al Monitor and many more. In 2014, she co-directed a short documentary in Morocco “Drinking fog”, short listed by the Sundance film institut and a short fiction film “On the Rode”.

She is currently working on the long version of “Drinking Fog” and the feature film: Le Marâhâjâh de France.