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Mohammad Mouselmani, Filmmaker

In our latest video interview, we met Lebanese-born filmmaker Mohammad Mouselmani, who discusses the trials of his country’s view on his art and artists in general…

A couple of months ago, we did a little coverage of the first edition of the Rising Tides Film Festival. That is an online event set up to showcase the work of various Bournemouth University and Arts University Bournemouth students. This first edition featured Mohammad Mouselmani and his film Black and Nothingness on the line-up.

Growing up in Lebanon, there was not much sympathy for those wanting to pursue an artistic career. Indeed, Mohammad published an article of his own very recently on that subject (click here to read more). And so we asked Mohammad to comment on how that challenged his dream of filmmaking and creating. The ideas and inspirations behind Black and Nothingness were also a point of focus for this interview. In addition, we found out a little about future projects.

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DISCLAIMER: All images and clips from Black & Nothingness were provided with full knowledge and permission of Mohammad Mouselmani.
Dale Hursthttp://dale-hurst.com
HQB Media's Editor Dale Hurst is a novelist, restaurant critic and presenter. A graduate in Multimedia Journalism from Solent University, he has a wide variety of journalistic experience, ranging from reviewing top London restaurants to interviewing MPs for BBC Radio. Dale is the author of two mystery novels and also a part-time singer.

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