Archive for May, 2012

Arctic Mosque Photo Gallery

Wednesday, May 23rd, 2012

Arctic Mosque Donor’s Wall

Wednesday, May 23rd, 2012

A very special thanks to ALL of our donors and supporters from around the world who have generously contributed to the Arctic Mosque film project. There are also twenty-one donors who have chosen to remain anonymous. God bless you all! We will continue to add the names of our new donors. If you would like […]

Arctic Mosque Media Page

Wednesday, May 23rd, 2012

As the Arctic Mosque traveled from Winnipeg to Inuvik, media coverage was constant across Canada. Television broadcast channels, CBC (English and French), CTV, and APTN have followed the mosque’s journey from Winnipeg. It was front page news in the Globe & Mail on September 2, and the Edmonton Journal on September 5. Radio broadcasts were […]

Arctic Mosque Production Information

Wednesday, May 23rd, 2012

  Log Line The historic establishment of the northernmost mosque in the western hemisphere.   Synopsis A little mosque overcomes great odds during its 4000 km (2500 mile) journey by road and river from the prairie city of Winnipeg to the small arctic town of Inuvik where a community eagerly awaits it.  How will the […]

Arctic Mosque

Thursday, May 17th, 2012

A little prefabricated mosque makes its way across the trials and beauty of the Canadian landscape in a celebrated and unprecedented 4000 km (2500 mile) journey by road and river from the prairie city of Winnipeg to the small arctic town of Inuvik. As the northernmost mosque in the western hemisphere establishes its roots in […]

Not A Boy (student)

Tuesday, May 15th, 2012

A new perspective on female infanticide Produced, written and directed by Saira as part of the Digital Film Production Program at Langara College, Vancouver.   Genre: Commercial Running Time: 30 seconds Format: HDV

Don’t Burn It (student)

Tuesday, May 15th, 2012

Exploring the ironies of smoking Produced, written and directed by Nilufer as part of the Digital Film Production Program at Langara College, Vancouver. Genre: Commercial Running Time: 30 seconds Format: HDV

Grad Day (student)

Tuesday, May 15th, 2012

Two sisters have a picnic in celebration of graduation and come to realize that they have reached a crossroads. Grad Day is Saira’s student film produced, written and directed as part of the Digital Film Production Program at Langara College, Vancouver.   Official Selections: National Screen Institute Online Film Festival, Canada, 2010 Women in Film […]

Foreign Film (student)

Tuesday, May 15th, 2012

A lighthearted comedy about culturally diverse moviegoers who get on each other’s nerves while viewing a foreign film. They quickly discover that some things need no translation. Foreign Film is Nilufer’s student film produced, written and directed as part of the Digital Film Production Program at Langara College, Vancouver. Official Selections: The Riverside International Film […]

She Got Away With It (student)

Tuesday, May 15th, 2012

Music video of an upbeat, eclectic jazz song written and performed by Vancouver musician, singer/songwriter, Glen Sherman and band. The band’s musical instruments mysteriously disappear during their break from rehearsal. Who’s the culprit? She Got Away With It was produced by Saira and Nilufer as part of the Digital Film Production Program at Langara College, […]

WCM: Past and Present

Friday, May 11th, 2012

A brief portrait of the Winnipeg Central Mosque.

CMLI

Friday, May 11th, 2012

Introducing the Canadian Muslim Leadership Institute, a unique initiative aimed at building bridges between communities through dialogue and collaboration.

My Song: Expressions Through Hip Hop

Friday, May 11th, 2012

A group of Winnipeg youth have only four days to write, record and perform their own raps to a theatre-filled audience. This Spring Break workshop was organized by MEAAC (Manitoba Ethnocultural Advisory and Advocacy Council) and IRCOM (Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization of Manitoba).

Arctic Mosque

Thursday, May 10th, 2012

A little prefabricated mosque makes its way across the trials and beauty of the Canadian landscape in a celebrated and unprecedented 4000 km (2500 mile) journey by road and river from the prairie city of Winnipeg to the small arctic town of Inuvik. Read More About This Project

Yes! We have a website!

Thursday, May 10th, 2012

Thanks to the guys at Coelement, we’ve finally been able to post our shiny new website! Elemental is also responsible for editing the Arctic Mosque trailer. Very epic! Thanks guys! Coelement Website