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Pakistani Short film Sandstorm (Mulaqat) Qualifies For An Oscar!
written by Zainab Mossadiq, Published Fuchsia, 23 August, 2022
Seemab Gul’s short film 'Sandstorm (Mulaqat)' qualifies for Oscar
‘Haven Of Hope’: How A Pakistani Film Project About Three Abandoned Women Made Waves At Cannes Festival
Published The Friday Times, Written by Khadija Muzaffar, 29 May, 2022
A Teen-Age Girl’s Cell-Phone Video Sparks Desire and Coercion in “Sandstorm”
Published The New Yorkers, Written by Naib Mian, 25 May, 2022
We combat Islamophobia and show Muslims in a positive light:’ Pak-American director slams ban on film ‘I’ll Meet You There
Pakistan Bans SXSW Title ‘I’ll Meet You There’ for ‘Negative Image of Muslims,’ Director Speaks Out (EXCLUSIVE)
Written by Naman Ramachandran - Published in Variety, 9 March, 2022
VERDICT: An excellent, nuanced performance by Parizae Fatima anchors Seemab Gul’s tense depiction of a teenage girl navigating the dangers and dilemmas of an online relationship.
Written by Ben Nicholson - Published The Film Verdict, 25 January, 2022
Mulaqat (Sandstorm) is a tender Pakistani film about a young woman showing up for herself
Written by Tanushree Ghosh - Published The Indian Express, 12 September, 2021
Pakistani-American director Iram Parveen Bilal's new film shows a different type of Pakistani family
Venice 2021 – director Seemab Gul’s ‘Mulaqat’ (‘Sandstorm’) asks powerful questions about online ‘relationships’ and shows abundant promise…
by Asian Culture Vulture - Published Asian Culture Vulture, 12 September, 2021
Pakistani short makes it to Venice Film Festival
by Entertainment Desk/ Reuters - Published in The Express Tribune, 27 July, 2021
Pakistani short film ‘Mulaqat’ to be shown at Venice Film Festival!
by News Desk - Published in Global Village Space, 27 July, 2021
Pakistani short Mulaqat selected for Venice Film Festival 2021
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