Interview with CBC’s Amanda Parris

Had the pleasure of talking the lovely Amanda Parris about all things film. Watch it here.

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PS. Color coordinating was unintentional but I love it!

The Card on CBC’s Short Film Face Off!

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.




Featured on CBC

CBC Article

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:


Featured on Absolutely Canadian – Windsor Shorts!

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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 🙂

THE CARD Featured on We Are Moving Stories

Lead Performer Bridget Opfer and myself (Director Asil Moussa) on the set of The Card!

Hey everyone!

We’re in the middle of our festival run right now, and it’s been so much fun and we’re so grateful! We were also lucky enough to be featured on We Are Moving Stories! To read my interview with them, click here! The piece includes exclusive info about the making of the film and some behind-the-scenes photos, as well!


Thank you We Are Moving Stories!!

With gratitude,


THE CARD – Grants Received for Film!

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 the way!

On the WEA website, they wrote a little bio about me. It reads:

“This recent graduate of the University of Windsor and Ryerson University not only embraces the community we live in, she uses it to inspire reflections on diversity, perception, and human interaction. Through the medium of film, she tackles big issues with simplistic, impactful, story-telling that encourages her audience to think and feel. Stay tuned for her film, The Card, coming soon to our community.”

Thanks, WEA!!

The Windsor Star wrote about the award ceremony, too! Below is a photo of me they included.

The recipients of the WEA Award and Grants!
Hey, that’s me!
Nuha Elalem, producer of The Card and also my best friend, was with me! Nuha helped so much in editing the grant application for this. Thank you, Nuha!


This is the photo from The Windsor Star! I’m standing next to fellow grant recipient Grant Monroe. (Photo credit: Nick Brancaccio/ Windsor Star)

Windsor Star Article about France!

Happy to be a part of this Windsor Star article! It’s so inspiring to see where other university students travelled to and hear about their experiences. I truly believe that studying abroad is one of the greatest things you can do because it allows you to grow so much as a person, and will give you new perspectives on life that you would’ve never experienced otherwise.

Talking to UWindsor about France Trip

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So excited to have been interviewed for this article about our trip to France! 🙂 If you’d like to know what our trip was like, check it out in the link below!

Interviewed for 30Masjids!

Hey everyone!

Guess what?!?

I was honoured to be interviewed by Himy Syed (@HiMYSYeD) for his blog, 30Masjids (@30masjids) Check out the full story about me and making the Muslims of Windsor documentary!!


– Asil