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Bushra Azzouz

Born and raised in Mosul, Iraq and Beirut, Lebanon, Bushra Azzouz is an Arab-American filmmaker who has worked with Native American women, native villages in Borneo and her own family to tell stories of their homes and lives. She teaches at the Northwest Film Center in Portland, Oregon and has researched and developed models for community media in collaboration with the regional Metro government. (7/07)

...And Woman Wove It in a Basket
A film by Bushra Azzouz, Marlene Farnum, and Nettie Kuneki, 1989, 70 min., Color

For the Klickitat Indians in Oregon, basketweaving is a way of reclaiming native forms and heritage. This evocative portrayal of basketweaver Nettie ...

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