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Response to Alberto Carbajal, Between Gang and Family: Queering Ethnicity and British Muslim Masculinities in Sally El Hosaini’s My Brother the Devil (by Wendy Norman, 27 April 2016)

Response to Alberto Carbajal, Between Gang and Family: Queering Ethnicity and British Muslim Masculinities in Sally El Hosaini’s My Brother the Devil

by Wendy Norman… 454 more words

Postcolonial Studies

Film review: My Brother the Devil

Sally El Hosaini’s ‘My Brother the Devil’ (2012) surrounds gang culture in Hackney, East London. The film follows two brothers Rashid (James Floyd) and his younger brother Mo (Fady Elsayed) through their involvement in gang DMG (drugs, money, guns). 139 more words

Film And TV

52 Weeks of Directors: Sally El Hosaini

“I thought I’d messed up my life because I hadn’t studied film.” Despite not having formal schooling in film, Sally El Hosaini found another route to directing. 1,143 more words

Film