by Tamara Milosevic
«Naïma» portrays the Muslim woman Naima Serroukh as she sets up her pilot project Tasamouh to combat religious extremism. Naima’s story is told as she goes about her work as manager of the project and gives us an insight into the world of prevention work. Besides her search for financing and partners, her personal conflicts, she gives advice to distraught mothers, coaches young people and tries to provide them with support in their integration process.
«Naïma» paints the portrait of a strong woman, who has come to accept that progress can only be made in tiny baby steps, but at the end of the day, it’s all about making life together a bit better. A portrait of an everyday heroine. An impression of the Muslim community in the fight against prejudice.
|Directed by||Tamara Milosevic|
|Written by||Tamara Milosevic|
|Production||Lomotion AG, Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen|
|Producer||David Fonjallaz, Louis Mataré|
|Exhibition Format||DCP, 58 min.|
In co-production with
With the financial support of
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