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THE MAD MAX SAGA, featuring a Sunday quadruple feature of all 4 movies • October 16–18

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Sat, Apr 16, 2011

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Please Note: This event has been canceled. Please visit the Muslim Film Festival website for more information.

Microphone(2010) directed by Ahmad Abdalla, w/Khaled Abol Naga, Menna Shalabi, Yousra El Lozy, Hany Adel, Ahmad Magdy, Atef Yousef [120 min, Arabic]

In Ahmad Abdalla’s award-winning indie film MICROPHONE, Khaled (played by UN ambassador and “Dream Deferred” essay contest judge Khaled Abol Naga) returns to Alexandria after years of travel to find his relationships in disrepair. While roaming the city consumed with pain, he stumbles upon an underground art scene: hip-hop singers riffing on sidewalks, female rockers jamming on rooftops, and skateboarders cruising the seaside city. Released last year, MICROPHONE foreshadows the forces that burst forth across Egypt just a few months later.

The American Islamic Congress (AIC) is a civil rights organization promoting tolerance and the exchange of ideas among Muslims and between other peoples. AIC is a non-religious civic initiative challenging increasingly negative perceptions of Muslims by advocating responsible leadership and ‘two-way’ interfaith understanding.To learn more visit Visit to read more about the New England Interfaith Council.
Project Nur (PN) aims to build positive relationships by building bridges between Muslim and non-Muslim students. PN is dedicated to creating a space that allows all students to learn from and about each other in order to build an interethnic and multi-faith student community emphasizing human rights and civil rights, while promoting co-existence, tolerance, and understand. To learn more visit
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