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Festival’d! (What’s Next?)

LMJ premiered at the 16th Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival on Thursday, November 8th @ 1 p.m. (Art Gallery of Ontario, Jackman Hall).  It capped off a year-long journey since we pitched the project at the 2011 festival, and we couldn’t be more happy about the screening.

Thanks to all our friends, family, and random film lovers who came out to watch it!

Every filmmaker dreams of their work having an audience, and so for the next year or so, we look forward to submitting the film to more festivals.  After that, we’ll decide whether it’s worth just throwing it up online, or trying out other distribution avenues.

In the meantime, we’ll be sending private links to all our major sponsors and crowdfunding contributors, as well as DVD copies for the cast and crew.

My greatest hope for the film is that it entertains.  That it makes you laugh.  That it makes you think.  That you get lost in the story.

Thank you for joining us on our journey!

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About littlemissjihadfilm

When 10-year-old, Afghani-American, Sally Khan, discovers that the father she never knew disappeared on September 11, 2001, she becomes convinced that he is a terrorist. Now if she could only figure out what that means! LITTLE MISS JIHAD is a dark comedy, yes, comedy, about faith, tolerance, and a child's imagination running away with her.

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