PLASMA presents Duraid Munajim

PLASMA presents Duraid Munajim

PLASMA presents Duraid Munajim

FRAMING REALITY: A MECHANICAL APPROACH

A cinematographer's journey, screening and discussion of various projects and films including excerpts from The Hurt LockerZero Dark Thirty ,The Journey and others.

Duraid Munajim is an acclaimed Toronto based filmmaker and cinematographer whose work has been screened in festivals around the world, including IDFA in Amsterdam, Dokfest in Munich, Hot Docs in Toronto as well as festivals in Switzerland, The Middle East, France, and across the U.S. and Canada. Best known for his work on The Hurt Locker and Zero Dark Thirty, though his work as a director of photography and lead cinematographer exceeds 46 titles of feature length and short  narratives, experimental and documentary films and TV shows such as Masterminds, Son of Babylon, The Unspeakable Act, You Gotta Eat Here, Manufactured, My Enemy, My Brother, The Seven Last Words, and other projects winning many awards, including the Robert Brooks Award for Best Director of Photography at the Canadian Society of Cinematographers, Best Cinematography at the Rhode Island International Film Festival and the 2018 Best Cinematography in a Feature Length Documentary Award, amongst countless others awards and accolades.