So excited that “Lost in the Pines”, a feature film script I co-wrote with my dear friend Chris Pickle, has been selected for this year’s Muslim List on The Black List. Growing up as a young Arab girl in North America who loved big heroic stories with a ton of heart, this is the movieContinue reading “SCRIPT SELECTED FOR THE BLACK LIST / MUSLIM LIST”
Had the pleasure of talking the lovely Amanda Parris about all things film. Watch it here. PS. Color coordinating was unintentional but I love it!
Excited and honoured that my short film, The Card, is on CBC’s Short Film Face Off. Thank you to the cast and crew, and thank you to CBC for all their support in the film this summer. Stream it online here.
Thank you so much Tahmina Aziz and CBC for this piece. So grateful and humbled by it. Read the article here. And see the video below:
The Card, a short film I wrote/directed, is featured on CBC’s Absolutely Canadian, Windsor Shorts! Thank you to CBC, the cast, crew and everyone who supported this film. Watch it here.
Thank you so much Nadia Eldermerdash for this really kind write-up on The Riverter! Read it here 🙂
Thank you so much to the Windsor Endowment for the Arts for granting me the Emerging Artist in Visual Arts Award! I’m so honoured and humbled to be in the company of these wonderfully talented people! Also, massive thank you to Nuha Elalem, Svjetlana Oppen, Kim Nelson and Marty Gervais for all your help along theContinue reading “THE CARD – Grants Received for Film!”
Exactly one year ago, I travelled to France. I don’t usually share personal pieces that I’ve written, but I really wanted to share these. They explain a bit of why France was so special. Enjoy! ——————————– That Last Night Tonight was my last night at La Roche d’Hys in Burgundy, France. While people were readingContinue reading “My Journey in France”
The Vincent Massey Secondary School community has major concerns about their unsafe traffic. Check out this video to learn more about it.
The editing and publishing practicums at the University of Windsor takes practical teaching to a whole new level: students are working together with Professor Marty Gervais to publish two books! Check out this video on it! 🙂