Mouhssine Ennaimi

Mouhssine Ennaimi is director-producer based in Istanbul, Turkey. He is the co-founder of the award-winning documentary series: “Off The Grid”. Previously he was Field Producer and a war correspondent. Originally from Paris, France, he lived in the Middle East and in South Asia for almost 15 years. 

Mouhssine Ennaimi started his career as a correspondent for numerous French networks, working mainly out of South Asia and the Arab world. He lived in Colombo, Sri Lanka, where he covered the war between the Sri Lankan army and Tamil Tigers guerrilla group, as well as the aftermath of the 2004 tsunami. 

In India, where he lived for almost five years, he covered major events including attacks on five star hotels in Mumbai and the Tibetan uprising prior to the 2008 Summer Olympics in China.

 In 2011, Mouhssine Ennaimi was based in Jerusalem and reported on the political situation on the ground and the Arab Spring protests in the Middle East. He has spent more than a decade in hostile environments and war zones. 

Mouhssine Ennaimi is also the author of “Slumboy”, a portrait of a Slumdog Millionaire type of hero living in Mumbai, and “The Strength to Say No”, a character-driven book about forced child-marriages in India. 

Off The Grid is a character-driven documentary series covering global stories through personal journeys.