A young Indigenous singer decides whether or not to debut a song internationally that will expose her turbulent past and the adoption of her child.
Writer/Director: Nauzanin Knight
Producers: Mitra Knight, Nauzanin Knight
About Nauzanin Knight
A Canadian woman of Caribbean and Middle Eastern descent, Nauzanin’s nuanced stories reflect the uniqueness of her heritage as well as her international life.
Nauzanin began her career in creative writing before directing her attention to film projects. Upon completing her MSc in countering organized crime and terrorism at University College London, UK, Nauzanin set out to share stories about human beings who have been forced into extremes of situation, ideology, belief.
After publishing her non-fiction book State Terrorism in Iran: understanding the case of the Iranian Bahá’í Community, based on a series of in-depth interviews with Iranian immigrants and refugees who suffered severe persecution at the hands of the Iranian government and its agents, her screenwriting work has been recognized at international festivals.
Nauzanin is the executive producer at 1844 Studios, a film production company dedicated to fostering international artistic collaborations and exposing striking stories which tell us about the universality of human emotion despite diversity of human experience.