Muslim International Film Festival in London celebrates diverse voices

RELIGIONS NEWS AGENCY (REDNA) – The Muslim International Film Festival is to be held at The Odeon West End, in London, from 30 May to 2 June.

Guardian reported the programme includes “Dammi”, starring Riz Ahmed in a story about a man confronting his French and Algerian heritage on a trip to Paris; “In Camera”, a British feature film starring  Nabhaan Rizwan about an actor struggling to make a career in the film industry; “Hounds”, a crime story set in Casblanca; the Jordanian film “Inshallah a Boy”; and “Goodbye Julia”, set during the pre-separation period in Sudan.

The festival organisers say their mission is to celebrate and amplify diverse voices exploring Muslim experiences.

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