Thursday, January 03, 2008

Holy Hunger In The Midst Of Plenty (Documentary)

My first documentary film about Muslim students practicing Ramadan in the United States and trying to avoid all the temptations around. Jamie Murdick and Stjepan Alaupovic, my ASU classmates and co-producers of the film, were the biggest support in completing this project.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Short and meaningful. The discussion of core issues reflects the professionalism in the makers of this documentary.

8:04 AM  
Anonymous Ajmal said...

wawww...I am really impressed. Great job....looks like you are the only one who actually learned something in his field.

I really am proud of you.

7:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear Noori: Thanks for sending this. I thought it was perfectly
pitched towards the intended audience, which I assume is college
students. A very human look at a beautiful religious tradition. It
inspired me to fast for at least one day next year. -Pat
Pat Bryan
Senior Instructor, Academic Adviser
American English Institute
University of Oregon

8:55 AM  
Anonymous R.S. said...

Zabi jan salam,
I watched the documentary. I will say that you have done a great job. it was so informative and impressive. You know, it is so persuasive and it really attracts people to observe fasting even non muslims. Again, it was really a wonderful vedio. Good luck with the next ones as well. You have the potential so continue with such wonderful pieces and I pray to Allah to give you the strength.

Good Luck

9:02 AM  
Anonymous Olga Shalygin said...

I watched your Ramadan film with great interest.

You did a wonderful job with your film. It seems you
are really learning well the craft of visual story



7:09 AM  
Anonymous LJThornton said...

I just now saw your documentary and must tell you how impressed I am with it. I will be sharing it with many people and will show it in both my classes. I'm always looking for good ways to make "other" cultures come alive to students and this is a marvelous contribution. Congratulations! You clearly have a lot of talent and a lot to say. I wish you all the best in developing that talent.

7:10 AM  
Anonymous Carol Schwalbe said...

Very interesting, Noori. Your videos keep getting better and better!

I didn’t know about lowering your gaze and getting involved with the community during Ramadan.

7:12 AM  
Anonymous Cliff Orloff said...

I think you did a very good job on this video piece.

7:14 AM  
Anonymous Bashir Ahmad Hamid said...

Dear noori,
I watch your films and it is really very nice. Congratulation!

7:16 AM  
Anonymous Debjani said...

Amazingly well-done. Holds the viewer's attention steadfastly from the beginning till the end. Informative, and doses of subtle humor makes it interesting. Good camera work, well-chosen background music, meaningful interviews. I'd have liked it if some more people (observing Ramadan) were interviewed, but that's just a viewpoint. A great job indeed, Noori, and I cannot wait to see your forthcoming projects.

5:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Very well made Noori!!


6:20 PM  
Blogger Amirah said...

I really liked the documentary, Noori! It was interesting to see how you finally put it all put together since I got to see pieces of it along the way. Great job and good luck! :)

5:17 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good job Noori, interesting perspective..Enjoyed watching it!

6:54 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is probably the best documentary to come out of the Walter Cronkite School. Amazing filmmakers.

Mution Master

4:33 AM  
Anonymous Shaharzad said...

Dear Zabih,
this is a well done documentry. Good job. I really liked it too and watching it in this holy time of Ramdan made it more special.

4:52 PM  
Anonymous J.Wasiq said...

Dear Noori,

It was extraordinary and all portions were extremely fabulous..I really enjoyed watching. The Holy Month was tremendously described in all angles which was awesome..Keep it up buddy..

8:24 AM  
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