I Can’t Be Mad at Allah

Facing violent oppression for being Muslim, Afza and her family fled from State and Buddhist perpetrated violence in Myanmar. Described by the UN as  “Stateless” and “one of the most persecuted minorities in the world”, the Rohingya Muslims have been looking for a place that they can call home ever since. Despite this, Afza ‘s resilience is inspiring as she cares for her family in a makeshift slum on the edge of Delhi. But how long will it be before they have to move on once again?

The Director’s interest lies in photojournalism, documentary filmmaking and camera work for video journalism. He has worked on a photo project “Sleepless in Delhi” in December, 2013.  He has also worked as camera person for the news package project for semester courses. His passion for visual journalism helped him to move to filmmaking. “I can’t be mad at Allah” is his first documentary film completed in December, 2014. He completed his Masters in Convergent Journalism from AJK Mass Communication Research Center in Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, in 2015.
Country
India
Year
2014
Length
18'
Original Language
Rohingya
Directed By
Muhammed Faisal.K
Produced by
Richa Pant, Simon Chambers
Edited by
Naureen Khan, Sabeela Rasheed
Sound
Naureen Khan, Sabeela Rasheed
Script
Mohd Faisal.K, Naureen Khan, Sabeela Rasheed, Vatsala Singh
Camera
Mohd Faisal.K, Vatsala Singh
Contact Info
AJK Mass Communication Research Centre,
Jamia Millia Islamia,
E- 87, Second Floor, Hari Kothi Road,
Abul Fazal Enclave, Jamia Nagar,
New Delhi- 110025

Email: naureenkhan7@gmail.com