Nosheen Khwaja

Nosheen is an artist, designer, film tech and moving image curator. She’d expanded her practice to include massage therapy but the pandemic has put that on hold. She co-founded the free film-training course for WoC, Digital Desperados, and is the artistic director of GLITCH Film Festival–the first LGBTQI+ Black and Indigenous People of Colour focused film festival in the UK. Over the last two decades, Nosheen has curated screenings, exhibited artwork and performed in Copenhagen, Amsterdam, Hamburg, Berlin, Montreal, NYC and the UK. She’s currently working on an experimental short and on the Enough! Residency. @steadfastd3sign


Black Lives Matter (BLM) generated a vital shockwave across the film industry and its racism. But what happens when this white industry starts to forget and reverts to business as usual?


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However, to turn our MAI dream into reality, we also relied on assistance from high-quality experts in web design, development and photography. Here we’d like to acknowledge their hard work and commitment to the feminist cause. Our feminist ‘thank you’ goes to:

Dots+Circles – a digital agency determined to make a difference, who’ve designed and built our MAI website. Their continuous support became a digital catalyst to our idealistic project.
Guy Martin – an award-winning and widely published British photographer who’s kindly agreed to share his images with our readers

Chandler Jernigan – a talented young American photographer whose portraits hugely enriched the visuals of MAI website
Matt Gillespie – a gifted professional British photographer who with no hesitation gave us permission to use some of his work
Julia Carbonell – an emerging Spanish photographer whose sharp outlook at contemporary women grasped our feminist attention
Ana Pedreira – a self-taught Portuguese photographer whose imagery from women protests beams with feminist aura
And other photographers whose images have been reproduced here: Cezanne Ali, Les Anderson, Mike Wilson, Annie Spratt, Cristian Newman, Peter Hershey