Nada Riyadh lives in Cairo. Happily Ever After, her debut documentary, had its world premiere at the IDFA (International Documentary Film of Amsterdam) in 2016. The following year, at the Berlinale Talent Campus she won the Film Prize for International Cooperation offered by the Robert Bosch Foundation, to fund the production of The Trap, which in 2019 was selected for the competition of the Critics’ Week in Cannes. She produces and leads directing workshops for disadvantaged communities in Lebanon, Jordan and Egypt.
2018 - The Trap, sf
2016 – Happily Ever After, ff (doc)
2010 – Untitled, sf