COLOR BLIND depicts an encounter between two Egyptians in a Victorian cemetery in Bristol. He is a husband and father who is working abroad to support his family, while she is on a two-week vacation that turned into two months. As they begin to learn more about one another, they discover that even though they come from the same country, they have almost nothing in common. The film examines gender and class through the perspectives of its two protagonists.
- Asser Yassin
- Laila Samy
- Menna Ekram
- Jamie Harding
- Mohamed El Saadany
- Ahmad El Sawy
- MENNA EKRAM
Menna graduated from the Faculty of Mass Communication - Cairo University. She hold a Professional Diploma in Film Subtitling from The American University in Cairo and has an MFA in Cinematic Arts from The Red Sea Institute of Cinematic Arts affiliated from University of South California Film School. She majored in Screenwriting and Editing. Currently she is a Chevening scholar studying Film Directing in the UK.
She worked as a journalist, TV producer, and Freelance writer in short fictions, documentaries, and TV series. In addition she has experience in working in the fields of Advertising, Marketing and Training.
She wrote more than 7 short fiction films and currently has three feature scripts written. Her latest film, COLOR BLIND (2019), premiered at the El Gouna Film Festival.