Docker Desktop for Linux cannot bind-mount mounted disks

I recently installed Docker Desktop for Linux on Fedora 35. I’m quite happy with it.
There is just one problem I have and it is the fact that I cannot bind mount from another NTFS disk that I mount to my Fedora.
Let’s say my project path is /run/media/myname/mydisk/src/project. Then each time I run the following command, it fails to bind mount the directory. It shows no errors and starts the container, but the files are not mounted into the container.

docker run --rm -v `pwd`:/app 

python3: can’t open file ‘/app/’: [Errno 2] No such file or directory
The same happens when I try to bind-mount via Docker Compose.

On the other hand, when I move my project directory to ~, making it available at ~/project, both the command and docker compose work.
Before upgrading to Docker Desktop, I was able to bind mount on that external disk using podman, and still do it with podman.
Has anyone faced this or know what is wrong? I think it is a bug in the Docker Engine.