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English / Urdu
Zed is a British rapper of Pakistani descent, on the verge of beginning an American run of shows in support of a huge star, an opportunity that could propel him to the next level. Making the decision to visit his family back in London before embarking on the tour, Zed finds himself strangely distanced from his past life as a young Muslim growing up in England, unable to connect with his religious parents and others in the community. Suddenly struck down by a mysterious illness, he is forced to abandon the tour and must spend his time recovering, a situation which forces Zed into reckoning with his own cultural identity whilst dealing with growing anxieties about his career as a musician. Told with a highly personal edge, ‘Mogul Mowgli’ is a unique and often surprising look at the immigrant experience in Britain.
A bunch of South London teenagers find their tower block under attack from deadly aliens, in this fast and funny sci-fi horror film.
14+ years 84 mins
Vivid, tragi-comic tale about a young Bangladeshi woman who settles in London, trapped in a loveless arranged marriage and isolated in a new country.
14+ years 97 mins
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Reading time 7 mins
Through the character of a British-Pakistani rapper, Mogul Mowgli explores what it really means to be culturally displaced in the 21st Century.
Reading time 5 mins
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