He graduate of the Fine School in 1992, he established Iraq Al Rafidain Company for movie production in 2004. The company is concerned in presenting the suffering of the Iraqi citizen. The first documentary film directed by him, In My Mother’s Arms, 86 min, 2011. The film discussed the suffering of orphans in Iraq, and participated in more than 50 international festival gaining 18 rewards including best film reward in the Korean international festival and Asia and Oceania Oscar. He also directed the film Maryam’s Path (2016).

Accolades

Isabelle Stead and Atia Jabarah Al-Daradji and Mohamed Jabarah Al-Daradji
Best Documentary Film, 2012

In My Mother’s Arms

Best Documentary Film, 2012

In My Mother’s Arms

Winner, Best Documentary Film Feature, 2012 Husham works tirelessly to build the hopes, dreams and prospects of 32 damaged orphans of war under his care…

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Films

In My Mother’s Arms
2012

In My Mother’s Arms

Iraq, United Kingdom, Netherlands
2012

In My Mother’s Arms

Winner, Best Documentary Film Feature, 2012 Husham works tirelessly to build the hopes, dreams and prospects of 32 damaged orphans of war under his care…

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