Increase Your Chances of Landing a Job With Resunate

Landing a job in this tight market is very difficult. Thousands of candidats send their résumés every day, hoping to hear back. Some do, but most don’t, which is why using a tool such as resunate may actually increase your chances of landing a job that fits your experience (disclosure: I never used this tool myself. It […]

My Tehran For Sale (Watch Full Movie)

  Marzieh is a young female actress living in Tehran. The authorities ban her theatre work and, like all young people in Iran, she is forced to lead a secret life in order to express herself artistically. At an underground rave, she meets Iranian born Saman, now an Australian citizen, who offers her a way […]

Movie of The Week: Amreeka

This movie is so good that I had to revise what I previously wrote about it. The director did a brilliant job showing the struggle of a Middle Eastern immigrant (I can attest to it from my own experience) coming to the United States trying to adjust to a new culture, as well as facing the unjustifiable Islam-phobia that […]

Short Movie of The Week: West Bank Story

WARNING, this is a VERY FUNNY movie (note: you need to understand middle eastern culture a bit). A musical comedy set in the fast-paced, fast-food world of competing falafel stands in the West Bank. The Plot: David, an Israeli soldier, falls in love with the beautiful Palestinian cashier, Fatima, despite the animosity between their families’ dueling […]

Short Film of The Week: Call Center

Call Center is an award winning short film by Manish Goyal. It is absolutely hilarious. Have you ever wondered who picks up the phone when you call your credit card company, your cable company, or even the online travel agent? Enjoy the film: Tweet

Short Film of the Week: Generation 2010 (Part 1+2)

The film is a tragic story in which one of the leading characters, Yusuf, (Salman Khalid) leads an honest and religious life. He encounters many hurdles that he learns to overcome one at a time, until he is diagnosed with cancer and only has a few months to live. Lost for words he confides in […]

Short Film of The Week: New Boy

The short film of the week is titled New Boy. Directed by Steph Green, the film tells the story of a young African boy with a haunting back story that starts school in Ireland, and finds out quickly exactly what it means to be the new kid in class. The film was a Winner of […]

Short Film of the Week: “10 Minutes”

This film, directed by Ahmed Imamovic, delivers a very powerful message, and has a horrific ending. For a better viewing experience I suggest you watch it in a fullscreen mode. Movie Description 1994 Sarajevo, Bosnia and Rome, Italy. How many different things can happen during 10 Minutes. The film won the award for the best European short film […]

A New Blog Category: Short Films

I am a big fan of short films. I think short films have the ability to make an impact on the viewer and deliver a message in a profound, although at times peculiar, way. For this reason I have decided to create a new category on my blog titled “Short Films“. The idea is quite […]