Source: The Hollywood News
Jawad Rhalib’s “When Arabs Danced” provides an uncensored view of creative, contemporary artists inside the Muslim faith who are struggling to understand where the joy and freedom have gone from their religion.
Filmed in Belgium, Iran, Morocco, and Egypt, we hear from dancers, actors, and theatre lovers who share the desire to keep alive the history and passion of dance and artistic independence within their faith.
At the moment, creative freedom is being drowned out by extremists within the Muslim faith who are denying the past with stories of fear and outdated belief structures.
Read the story at The Hollywood News.
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