My good friend Navid Akhtar is running an Introduction to Documentary Film Making workshop in London at the Gazelle Media offices on Saturday Nov 7th. Spaces are limited so if you are interested in this craft and want to learn to do it properly and be taught by an award winning journalist and broadcaster now is your chance! See the attached flyer for details. Please forward to friends and family who may be interested!
In loving memory of Ayman Ahwal
Who passed away 16th August 2011
BE IN THIS WORLD AS A STRANGER
Ayman Ahwal’s life and work
SUNDAY 26TH AUGUST 2012
3.00pm to 6.00pm
HE WAS A NOWHERE MAN WITH FRIENDS AND BROTHERS EVERYWHERE SIMPLY BECAUSE HE LOVED PEOPLE WE WILL WATCH HIS FILMS AND PHOTOS RECALL OUR MEMORIES OF HIM AND UPDATE THE EVOLUTION OF THE PROJECTS HE HAD INITIATED IN ACEH LIKE DAYA PULO IE – AN ECO-VILLAGE AND PUTRO PHANG BOTANICAL GARDEN
Ahalan wa sahalan !
1 Jenkins Street
For any queries contact us on: 07414 534565
You are invited to
REMEMBER THE GARDEN
AN INTERACTIVE CULTURAL PROGRAMME
SUNDAY 2ND SEPTEMBER 2012
3.00 – 6.00PM
A theatrical performance based on “the animal’s lawsuit against humanity”
Written in the 10th century by the Brothers of Purity in Basra, Iraq
This is an event aiming to:
• Explore environmental issues in light of the Holy Quran
• By showing Ayman Ahwal’s films on Aceh rainforest and eco-village
• Present the activities of Upriverprojects
Sparkbrook Christian Centre
269 Golden Hillock Road
Tel: 0121 772 5111
RETHINKING ISLAMIC REFORM
WHEN: 26 May 2010. Doors Open: 5:30 pm | Last Entry: 6:00 pm
WHERE: Sheldonian Theatre and Divinity School
SPEAKERS: Hamza Yusuf, Tariq Ramadan
An Oxford University Islamic Society exclusive ground-breaking conference with Shaykh Hamza Yusuf and Professor Tariq Ramadan.
The 26th of May will mark a defining moment in Western Muslim history, as the two foremost Muslim scholars will share an audience of politicians, policy makers, scholars, theologians, journalists, media representatives and a host of other figures who have an interest and influence in the highly topical field of Islamic Reform. The event will be followed by an attendance-by-invite-only networking event in the breathtaking Divinity School, the oldest teaching room in Oxford. Join us in this exclusive gathering in the Sheldonian Theatre, and be part of this historic gathering of thoughts and minds in the world’s foremost centre of knowledge and academic excellence.
The conference seeks to address: What is reform? What is legitimate reform? What are its spheres and remits? Why have reform movements been met with distrust and trepidation by the Muslim grass-roots? What roles, if any, should governments play in Islamic reform? And what are the challenges they face?
Shaykh Hamza Yusuf will be flying into Oxford exclusively for this conference, and thus it will be his only engagement in the UK. For more details on the event, the speakers and the venues, please visit: www.rethinkingislamicreform.co.uk