inspiration. determination. liberation.
Documentary film synopsis
Down a narrow lane flanked by garment factories they came to her, over roads and over rivers, for inspiration, for guidance, for work. She is Surayia Rahman, a self-trained, passionate artist who guided hundreds of underprivileged women in Bangladesh to create masterworks. This exquisitely hand-embroidered art has been gifted to dignitaries and admired in collections throughout the world.
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November 6 and 7 – Friday Harbor Film Festival, Friday Harbor, WA
November 5 – Agnus Dei Lutheran Church, Gig Harbor, WA
October 29 – Women’s Ways of Making Conference, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ
October 22 – Seattle South Asian Film Festival, Seattle, WA
October 16 – Fibre Arts Newfoundland and Labrador 2015 (in cooperation with the St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival)
October 15 – The Textile Museum, Washington, DC
October 3 – Chicago South Asian Film Festival, Chicago, IL
September 28 – Hilltop Artists, Tacoma, WA
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