Writer / Director
Mustafa Sabree was born the first of seven children in Harlem, New York to Mr. & Mrs. Charles & Mary M. Jackson in May of 1964. Mustafa is an African American born Muslim. His parents joined the Nation of Islam under the leadership of Elijah Muhammad in the late 1950’s. In 1975 upon Elijah Muhammad’s death the family accepted and continues to follow the leadership of Mr. Muhammad’s son and successor Imam Wallace D. Mohammed as he transitioned the Nation of Islam’s misconception of religion to the authentic and balanced way of life of Al-Islam (Being at peace with submitting one’s will to the Will of G-d) as it is preserved in the Promised Reading (The Qur’an) and the life example of Muhammad the last Prophet (P.B.U.H.). Mustafa attended the High School of Art & Design in New York where he majored in Architectural Technology and graduated with a diploma in June of 1984. He attended a year at New York Institute of Technology as an Architect Major and later transferred to Hunter College where he received a Bachelor’s degree in English Writing and Studio Art. His first produced script was a student short at Hunter College titled “The Conspiracy” which he directed and co-starred in with his brother Hakim.
Mustafa Sabree is a film director, screenwriter, playwright, Illustrator and vocal stylist who currently resides in Harlem, New York.
Mustafa can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org