Saba Mubarak is one of the few Arab stars whose filmography includes a number of successful works throughout the Arab world and internationally. Mubarak has received a number of awards including the Special Jury Award at the Arab Theatre Festival, the Best Actress Award at the Middle East Now Festival in Italy, two-time Best Jordanian Actress in 2009 and 2010. Mubarak also won the Best Actress Award at the Silk Road International Film Festival in 2018 for her role in “The Guest: Aleppo-Istanbul”, which also won seven awards from other international film festivals.
Through Pan East Media, a production company Mubarak established in 2011, she produced Obour TV series, where she starred alongside a large number of Syrian and Jordanian stars and real-life refugees.
In 2021, Mubarak’s works include the films “Daughters of Adbulrahman” by Zaid Abu Hamdan, which she co-produces along with Film Clinic, and “Amira” by director Mohamed Diab. Both films have received multiple regional and international awards. Mubarak’s most recent work in 2023 is her new series Laylat El-Skout, by director Nagi Teameh. Slated to air on MBC channels and Netflix platform, Laylat El-Skout stars a pan-Arab cast and tackles the ISIS attacks in Iraq.