FFEU co-produce the feature film, Jinn, directed by Nijla Mu'min, which is about Islamic upbringing, identity and first love in LA

The Foundation For Ethnic Understanding (FFEU) is proud to support and co-produce the feature film, Jinn, directed by Nijla Mu'min. The movie explores the themes of identity, religion and coming-of-age. Click on the Link: https://www.jinnfilm.com/ for more information.

''Summer initially resists her mother's conversion to Islam, and eventually becomes drawn to its teachings, particularly around the ''Jinn'', supernatural beings who occupy a parallel world and have free will, like humans. Summer soon realizes that the religion is more complex than she thought, and that people interpret it in different ways. Yet, Summer's need to be free and untethered to any one way of being clashes with her mother’s strict interpretation of the faith and causes a growing rift between them.''

L-R: Jinn Executive Producer Mike Manning, Jinn Producer Avril Z. Speaks, FFEU Executive Director Chris Sacarabany, FFEU Social Media Strategist Adriana Jansen, FFEU Executive Assistant Marie Banzon-Prince.

L-R: Jinn Executive Producer Mike Manning, Jinn Producer Avril Z. Speaks, FFEU Executive Director Chris Sacarabany, FFEU Social Media Strategist Adriana Jansen, FFEU Executive Assistant Marie Banzon-Prince.

Jinn Executive Producer Mike Manning

Jinn Executive Producer Mike Manning