Arshia Fatima Haq

Arshia Fatima Haq

Filmmaker, visual and sound artist

Arshia Fatima Haq is a filmmaker and a visual and sound artist originally from India, currently based in Los Angeles. Her work has been featured at The Broad Museum, Toronto International Film Festival, MOMA New York, and The Hammer Museum, among others. She is the founder of Discostan, and hosts and produces monthly radio shows on dublab and NTS featuring contemporary, traditional, and nostalgic music from Beirut to Bangkok via Bombay. She recently released an album of Sufi field recordings from Pakistan on the Sublime Frequencies label. She is also a recipient of the AIR New Voices Scholarship.

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Searching for the Root: The Incredible Journey of Aisha Ali

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