Beulah in Lahore and Other Places
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Beulah in Lahore and Other Places
The short film Beulah in Lahore and other places consists of family photographs shot with light reflecting on them and passing through them.
Honey Moccasin. Director: Shelley Niro
REVIEWS & REFLECTIONS
Representing “The Indigenous Experience”
Cousins and Kin Program at DOXA 2021.
Mermaid, Pilgrim, Spectator
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Mermaid, Pilgrim, Spectator
Rasha Salti Curates a Deep Sea Cinema.
A Sankofic Love Letter
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A Sankofic Love Letter
Caribbean Diasporic Identities at the AGO.
The Metaphorical Life of Finches
REVIEWS & REFLECTIONS
The Metaphorical Life of Finches
Tolu Oloruntoba's Each One a Furnace reviewed by Phinder Dulai.

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