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Videos of my TV show Belahdan

Algerian Director Sofia Djama, “I’m not a Women Filmmaker, I’m a Storyteller!!”

SPECIAL GUEST SOFIA DJAMA ATTENDING

In postwar Algiers, Amal and Samir are a middle-aged couple hoping to celebrate their twentieth wedding anniversary. Drifting through their day, they eventually find themselves at a restaurant. Here, they confront their differences and disillusionment, threaded with the unsettled atmosphere of postwar society. Outside, their teenaged son Fahim and his friends, Feriel and Reda, spend their day on the streets of Algiers. They too reveal ideological differences among them, their banter soon leading to the revelation of hidden wounds left by the war that shaped their current world. While the scenes shared between Amal and Samir echo adult fatigue, Fahim and his gang wear their youth as if a target on their backs. Sofia Djama’s debut feature employs this multi-layered narrative to craft a stirring drama that illuminates the generational states of unrest left in the wake of the Algerian Civil War.

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Mpls St.Paul International Film Festival, Largest & Longest Festival in the Country, here is why!

37TH ANNUAL MINNEAPOLIS ST. PAUL INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL. APRIL 12-28, 2018.

MSPIFF is Minnesota’s largest film event and one of the longest running film festivals in the country. Each year, the festival presents more than 250+ bold, exciting, and moving works from new and veteran filmmakers from around the globe.

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A Muslim American Woman Running to Change Politics in Rochester, MN

My Guest, Regina Mustafa The founder of Community Interfaith Dialogue on Islam, is a candidate for Rochester mayor.
“I decided the mayoral race is the best fit for me,” she said. “I’ve had a vested interest in city government for awhile.”
Regina Mustafa here is our conversation today !!

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Egypt Election, and the Egomaniac Dictator. Dr. Ahmed Ghanim explains !

Wednesday marks the last of three days of voting in Egypt, in a presidential election seen as little more than a referendum on the rule of President Abdel-Fatah al-Sisi.At three polling stations across Cairo, a trickle of mostly elderly voters on Monday and Tuesday walked past heavy security, including armed soldiers and police, to get to the ballot box. At one polling station in the Giza neighbourhood of Haram, a young soldier guarded the entrance from behind a pile of sandbags, the barrel of his gun pointed at the path of incoming voters. CNN

 

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