Saeeda Khanum has worked in television for the past ten years (as an associate producer) on prime time programmes such as "Da Ali G Show", "Kenyon Confronts", "So You Think You're a Good Driver", Undercover Customs and Channel Four News. Previous credits include "World in Action", "Network First", "After Dark" and "Omid's World" - a documentary with comedian Omid Djalili.
As a former print journalist she was runner-up Magazine Writer of the Year 1992 for her work on the New Statesman, and Housing Journalist of the Year 1994 for social housing journal "Inside Housing". She first came to national prominence as co-editor of the community newspaper "Leeds Other Paper" covering the Satanic Verses book burning in Bradford. "Love Honour and Disobey" is her directing debut. (03/06)
Love, Honour & Disobey
A film by Faction Films, Directed by Saeeda Khanum, 2005, 61 min., Color
Domestic violence in all forms—from physical abuse to forced marriages to honour killings—continues to be frighteningly common worldwide and accepted ...