Connect with us

Subscribe

The Flight That Changed My Life | Samah Safi Bayazid 🧕

World

The Flight That Changed My Life | Samah Safi Bayazid 🧕

🇯🇴 🇺🇸 Samah Safi Bayazid 🧕, a 28-year-old award-winning filmmaker who lives in Washington DC. She studied filmmaking and screenwriting at New York Film Academy. She became a filmmaker since she was 22 years old to be one of the first professional Muslim women filmmakers in the industry.

Jordanian-American Samah Safi Bayazid, one of the first professional Muslim women filmmakers. She lives and works in Washington DC, and was recently at the centre of one of many encounters resulting from the recent viral spread of Islamophobia in the United States; she was taken out of the plane at a JFK airport because of how she looks. Samah’s experience was a source of inspiration to combat hate with love in order to bridge the gap between the East and the West and dispel myths about Muslim women and the community as a whole. Join Samah as she tackles the Islamophobia issue and many other humanitarian issues through her award-winning short films, PSAs, drama series and music videos.

Samah Safi Bayazid | Social Media
Samah Safi Bayazid | Social Media

Samah Safi Bayazid, a 28-year-old award-winning filmmaker who lives in Washington DC. She studied filmmaking and screenwriting at New York Film Academy. She became a filmmaker since she was 22 years old to be one of the first professional Muslim women filmmakers in the industry.

Samah Safi Bayazid brought her Middle Eastern understanding to the west to produce unique humanitarian and bridge-building entertainment for audiences in the West and East, such as Short films, PSAs, TV Campaigns, TV programs, and Documentaries.

Samah Safi Bayazid | Social Media
Samah Safi Bayazid | Social Media

Samah Safi Bayazid hopes that her work and productions will help bridging between audiences from different cultures and backgrounds. Some of her work reached millions of views on social media platforms and reached millions of people around the world. Her latest film “Orshena”, a short film that addresses the refugees issue around the world and the hardship of losing their beloved ones has been selected for many international film festivals and won the Award of Excellence in Indie Film Festival in CA.

Samah Safi Bayazid | Social Media
Samah Safi Bayazid | Social Media

Courtesy: TEDx Talks | Published on August 2017

Newsletter Signup

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Justice Ayesha Malik become 1st ever female judge of Supreme Court of Pakistan Justice Ayesha Malik become 1st ever female judge of Supreme Court of Pakistan

Justice Ayesha Malik become 1st ever female judge of Supreme Court of Pakistan

World

Pakistan-born Farmida Bi Elected Global Chair of Norton Rose Fulbright Pakistan-born Farmida Bi Elected Global Chair of Norton Rose Fulbright

Pakistan-born Farmida Bi Elected Global Chair of Norton Rose Fulbright

World

UAE Princess Hend Al Qassemi slams “Islamophobe” Indian TV Anchor Sudhir Chaudhary’s Name On Seminar UAE Princess Hend Al Qassemi slams “Islamophobe” Indian TV Anchor Sudhir Chaudhary’s Name On Seminar

UAE Princess Hend Al Qassemi slams “Islamophobe” Indian TV Anchor Sudhir Chaudhary’s Name On Seminar

World

Every Mosque In France Should Be Worried About Its Future Every Mosque In France Should Be Worried About Its Future

Every Mosque In France Should Be Worried About Its Future

World

Newsletter Signup

Copyright © 2020 The Muslimah ORG | Privacy Policy

Connect
Newsletter Signup