Producer: "Sister Hearts"
Maryam Henderson-Uloho spent thirteen years in prison—seven of which were in solitary confinement. After her release, she struggled to find housing or employment. She began selling secondhand goods out of a suitcase on a street corner in New Orleans. In just three years, she grew into a brick-and-mortar thrift store—one that also provides housing and employment for other formerly-incarcerated women. She calls those women—and her store—Sister Hearts.
Winner, Tribeca X Award (link)
Winner Clio Award (link)
Winner, D&AD Award (link)
Shortlist, Cinema Eye Honors (link)
Official Selection, DOC NYC (link)
Official Selection, New Orleans Film Festival (link)
Vimeo Staff Pick (link)
Writer & Producer: "The Clock and Compass"
In an America where Muslims have been placed under constant surveillance and banned from practicing their religion, a teenage daughter of Muslim immigrants is sent on a mission to connect with her faith.
Official Selection, Roxie Mixtape Festival (link)
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