Ali Kazimi was born and raised in India. He moved to Canada in 1983, earning his BFA in Film Production from York University. Based in Toronto, Ali is an internationally acclaimed documentary filmmaker. He has worked as producer, director, writer and cinematographer on numerous productions. Kazimi has directed over two dozen episodes of television documentary series and has shot films in India, Nepal, Bangladesh, the U.K., the U.S.A , Bosnia, Italy, Turkey, Namibia, Indonesia and Morocco. His films have won over thirty national and international awards and honours. In 2006, Kazimi joined the Department of Film, Faculty of Fine Arts, York University as a full time professor.
2009, 29:38 minutes, colour, English
2005, 52:00 minutes, colour
2004, 57:30 minutes, Colour, English, Punjabi, Urdu, Closed Caption
2004, 87:00 minutes, Colour, Eng./Punjabi/Urdu
1997, 45:45 minutes, colour, English
1997, 56:00 minutes, english
1994, 87:00 minutes
1989, 25:00 minutes, colour, English
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