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In My Own Skin: The Complexity of Living as an Arab in America
 
 
In My Own Skin: The Complexity of Living as an Arab in America

Type:
Documentary

Director:
Nikki Byrd & Jennifer Jajeh

Year:
2001

Time:
16 minutes

Produced by:
Nikki Byrd & Jennifer Jajeh

Edited by:
Nikki Byrd

Language:
English
    Official Selection, 2003 Santa Cruz Film Festival

In My Own Skin is a thought-provoking collection of meditations on issues of identity, race and gender as experienced by a group of five young Arab women living in New York City.

Filmed in the months following the tragic events of September 11th, this work provides a fascinating and much-needed look at some of the concerns overlooked by the mainstream media.

This film is available with a Digital Site License (DSL), which allows colleges, universities, or libraries to encode, locally host, and stream the film to their community on a closed, password-protected system.

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This film is available from AFD for public screenings and television broadcast. For information regarding rental rates and formats, please contact info@arabfilm.com for institutional/non-theatrical screenings, or info@arabfilm.com for theatrical, festival, television, or other bookings.

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