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Lighting The Spark For Sikh Filmmaking:
California’s ‘SikhLens: Sikh Arts and Film Festival’ MANSI MOTWANI

Fifteen Years of inspiring and supporting aspiring filmmakers.

New NBC TV Legal Drama To Feature Sikh-American Female Lead NELLIE ANDREEVA

Centers on Amrita Kaur, a Sikh law student at a renegade student-run law firm who takes on country’s biggest issues and institutions, giving voice to the voiceless.

“If We Don’t Tell Our Own Stories, No One Else Will“:
Harleen Kaur Singh’s Latest Documentary Film,
‘Drawn Together’ REENA RATHORE

“Humor is the sweet syrup that makes the hard stuff go down a little bit easier.”

Seeking The Seekers TASHA REBENSDORF

After a week and a half of “seeking the Sikhs,” the students returned home from Britain with wisdom and gratitude.

Punjab’s Inimitable Troubadour:
Hazara Singh Ramta
August 1, 1926 - September 6, 2017 T. SHER SINGH

Ramta was a phenomenon on the Punjabi music scene.

Teenaa Kaur Pasricha’s Latest Documentary:
1984 - When the Sun Didn’t Rise
Jis Din Suraj Ugya Nahi R K ROSHNI, SUHANI SINGH, et al

Funded by The Busan International Film Festival and The Leipiz International Festival.

I Saw Komagata Maru At Stratford,

I strongly recommend you read Pollock’s play – it only takes an hour and a half – before going to see the play.

Truth Be Told:
Stratford’s “The Komagata Maru Incident” Recreates A Dark Chapter From Canada’s Past A Review by T. SHER SINGH

The play runs until Sep 24, 2017.

Toronto’s Lilly Singh Brings YouTube Act To ‘Just For Laughs’ Stage BILL BRIOUX

She bills herself as “Superwoman,” but she’s adored by fans as the girl next door.

Popular TV Show, The Bachelorette, Turns Spotlight On A Sikh-American Convert KATE SHELLNUTT

“An opportunity for people to see us as a normal part of American society …”

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