After much waiting, hijabi women are finally being represented “as normal” in the Canadian media which is a step towar complete inclusivity.
Friends and families from all over the GTA grabbed their car keys and headed to Ontario Place’s drive-in movie theatre Friday to attend Toronto’s first-ever Muslim International Film Festival (MIFF). There were 80 or more vehicles parked to watch the screening of eight short films and two feature films. Despite the pandemic, the drive-in theatre concept allowed the audience to watch the films and eat together while remaining in their own bubbles.
Columnist and novelist Uzma Jalaluddin spoke with Centennial College journalism students about her success.