Baghdad Express, short film from Nimer Rashed

Maya dreams about going to fashion school while working at her father's Arabic restaurant in London. But when forced to decide, which will come first: her father or her dream?

  • Nimer Rashed

    Director

    Nimer Rashed

  • Nimer Rashed

    Writer

    Nimer Rashed

  • Georgie Weedon & Rose Wicksteed

    Producer

    Georgie Weedon & Rose Wicksteed

  • Richard Smither

    Editor

    Richard Smither

  • Stuart Biddlecombe

    Director of Photography

    Stuart Biddlecombe

  • Theo Green

    Sound Recordist

    Theo Green

  • Anna Rice

    Music

    Anna Rice

  • Tim Dickel

    Production Designer

    Tim Dickel

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    Talal

    Riz Ahmed

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    Interviewer

    Elizabeth Garvie

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    Louise

    Erin Wilson

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    Jake

    Philip James Booth

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    Maya's mother

    Alice Brickwood

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    Young Maya

    Ingrid Biggs

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    Maya

    Georgina Leonidas

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    Nawaf

    Nayef Rashed

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    Awarded:

    Winner, Gold Remi Award, Worldfest Houston International Film Festival, Houston, USA, 2009

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    Festival:

    Wood Green International Film Festival, London, 2009

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    Festival:

    Nashville Film Festival, Nashville, USA, 2009

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    Festival:

    East End Film Festival

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    Festival:

    Seattle International Film Festival, Seattle, USA, 2009

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    Festival:

    Hamburg International Short Film Festival, Hamburg, Germany, 2009

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    Festival:

    Canary Wharf Film Festival, London, 2009

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    Festival:

    New Orleans Film Festival, New Orleans, USA, 2009

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    Festival:

    BFI London Film Festival

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    Festival:

    London Short Film Festival

Rights holder

About the film

Genres

Drama

Duration

11 Minutes

Year of release

2008

Country

United Kingdom

Language

English

Selected by

The Film Network

Showcasing new British filmmaking