Cinemascope: "Contemporary Muslim Fashions"

November 16, 2018, 4:30 pm7:30 pm
Film Still of Jinn, a film by Nijla Mu'min

Courtesy Nijla Mu'min and Sweet Potatoe Pie Productions

Koret Auditorium

You’re invited to mix and mingle with fellow Enthusiast and Partner level members at our newest, exclusive member benefit, Cinemascope. In celebration of “fall’s must-see exhibition” (7x7) exhibition, Contemporary Muslim Fashions, we’ve selected films that highlight female Muslim voices and narratives from across the globe. 

5 pm Jinn (2018, 92 minutes)
Written and directed by Nijla Mu’min, a writer and filmmaker from the East Bay Area, Jinn tells the story of Summer, a carefree teenage girl whose world is turned upside down when her mother abruptly converts to Islam. Learn more about this SXSW 2018 award winning film online.

Hosted by Michelle Threadgould
Michelle Threadgould is an Oakland-based, Chicana journalist whose work has been featured in CNN, Pacific Standard, and KQED, and her essays are featured in the new book, Women Who Rock.

Doors to the theatre will open at 4:30 pm

Ticket Information

RSVP online or by calling Member Services at 415.750.3636 (Monday–Friday, 9 am–5 pm)


Contact Information

Member Services
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(415) 750-3636