Noha is a Belgian director and actress. In 2011, after studying acting at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels, she studied creative research and experimental media at the University of Quebec in Montreal. In 2015, her graduation film Night Light travels to festivals and her thesis Night Light: La théâtralité adaptée à l'écran is published by the French academic press.
Since then, she has performed in theater (Théâtre des Galeries, Riches Claires, Compagnie du Simorgh...) and acted in several short films.
Currently, her latest short film Amine produced by Ambiances Asbl... and Wendigo Films has won several awards including the relay prize of the festival Le temps presse awarded by Wim Wenders and Jane Campion. Supported by Take Five production, HumHum production, Altitude100 and Offshore, Noha is currently working on several projects.
Finally, giving particular importance to solidarity initiatives, she co-founded in 2015 the collective Clap m'en une!, a collective structure of actors, driven by the desire to reinvent the meeting between different agents (directors, actors, screenwriters, ... ) of the film industry. Their first guests were Yves Hanchar, Fabrizio Rongione, Vania Leturcq and Samuel Tilman. In 2019, Noha will also join the board of directors of the Association des Réalisateurs et Réalisatrices Francophones.
In 2021, she teaches the acting course for the third baccalaureate at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels.