A documenary film
Directed by Naveen Qayyum
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Talking Faith opens a window into the lives of Sarah and Azam. Two friends living the post 9/11 realities where Islam gets associated with militarism and Christian minorities face a backlash by the extremists. Their faiths are different, one is Muslim and the other Christian, but what they share is huge! Music, friendship and a human bond of commonalities. They exist under the shadow of divisions but live the hope of interfaith harmony and give dialogue a human face shared by all religions.
Talking FaithThe documentary was conceived by Naveen Qayyum a former intern at the World Council of Churches where she worked for interreligious dialogue events with the Communications department in Switzerland. This is her first attempt in filmmaking as she had been writing about social justice issues, dialogue and minority rights previously. The film is funded and supported by World Youth Programme WCC for being focused on the insights and opinions of young people living the contexts of faith identities and dialogue. It also includes comments by prominent actors of interreligious debate in Pakistan such as Dr Mehdi Hassan, Dr Javed Ahmed Ghamidi, Bishop Alexander John Malik and Rev. Elvin Wilson.