Speaker: Oday Rasheed, Writer and Director, Qarantina
Presider: Deborah S. Amos, Foreign Correspondent, National Public Radio
January 25, 2012
Iraqi filmmaker Oday Rasheed discusses his second film, Qarantina, which follows the story of a broken family in Baghdad who takes in a mysterious boarder.
Qarantina is part of the Global Lens 2012 film series and was co-presented with the Global Film Initiative.
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