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Things Arab Men Say

Nisreen Baker
2016 | 52 min 8 s

Synopsis


Short Synopsis


Long Synopsis

Trailer


Images


Left to Right: Fisal, Hassan, Falah, Bashar, Ramey, Adnan.

Left to Right: Fisal (reflection in mirror), Jamal (on barber chair).

Left to Right: Ghassan, Jamal, Jay .

Left to Right: Jamal, Jay, Nisreen.




Left to Right: Nisreen, Adnan, Jamal (standing in front of door), Ramey, Bashar, Falah.

Left to Right: Adnan, Ramey, Bashar, Falah, Hassan.

Left to Right: Daron and aAron (with the camera), Ghassan (on barber chair).


Left to Right: Fisal, Jay.

Left to Right: Adnan, Ramey.

Jamal (Standing), Ghassan (on barber chair).

Jamal (Standing), Ghassan (on barber chair).

Left to Right: Nisreen, Garrell, Daron.

Falah (far end), Hassan, Ghassan, Jay (foreground).

Falah (reflection in mirror), Fisal (on barber chair), Jamal (standing).

Jamal (standing), Fisal (on barber chair).

Where are you from?


There are things to be fixed


The image of Arabs


How can I feel home?


The Assimilation Process



Q&A WITH NISREEN BAKER

Team


Nisreen Baker
Director


Photo
Photo : Victor Aziz




Bonnie Thompson
Producer (NFB)


Photo
Photo : Debbie Boccabella



Credits

Special Thanks
Adnan Ghassan
Bashar Hassan
Falah Jay
Fisal Ramey
Jamal

Written and Directed by
Nisreen Baker

Producer
Bonnie Thompson

Executive Producer
David Christensen

Editor
Hans Olson

Directors of Photography
Daron Donahue
aAron Munson

Location
Jamal Eden Studio
St. Albert, Alberta

Production Coordinators
Jasmine Pullukatt
Faye Yoneda
Production Supervisor
Mark Power

Marketing Manager
Leslie Stafford

Program Administrators
Bree Beach
Ginette D’Silva

Centre Operations Manager
Darin Clausen

 

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