Video Editor Moe is creating Short Films and Documentaries
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Mohamed Nazar is an Iraqi-American veteran who currently works as a freelance filmmaker.
Mohamed has been accepted into several film festivals and is in the process of directing an upcoming feature length film “WarPaint” that explores marginalized and artistic expressions revolving around the war in Iraq and its effects on the locals.
After serving on active duty and doing two tours in Afghanistan, he learned that some of the most powerful stories are the ones that never get heard. Upon finishing an honorable service to his country, he went on to pursue a Bachelor’s degree in Cinema Arts and Sciences from Columbia College Chicago where he remained on the Deans List for the length of his education.
Once in the collegiate world, Mohamed began using his voice through film and video on both a national and international level. This can be seen on his works such as “El Stories: Art on Track,” which was up for best short documentary at the London International Film Festival and “Walk of Shame,” which out of over 900 submissions was one of 43 that were accepted into Collected Voices, Chicago’s Ethnographic Film Fest.
Film Festivals entries cost money, as well as all the production that goes into it beforehand, it would be lovely if Mohamed could have some support to get his work made and seen. 
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Looking to launch a web series that is social media based. Can be narrative or more abstract but high end quality is a must and the content may vary, always looking for input from fellow artists.
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Mohamed Nazar is an Iraqi-American veteran who currently works as a freelance filmmaker.
Mohamed has been accepted into several film festivals and is in the process of directing an upcoming feature length film “WarPaint” that explores marginalized and artistic expressions revolving around the war in Iraq and its effects on the locals.
After serving on active duty and doing two tours in Afghanistan, he learned that some of the most powerful stories are the ones that never get heard. Upon finishing an honorable service to his country, he went on to pursue a Bachelor’s degree in Cinema Arts and Sciences from Columbia College Chicago where he remained on the Deans List for the length of his education.
Once in the collegiate world, Mohamed began using his voice through film and video on both a national and international level. This can be seen on his works such as “El Stories: Art on Track,” which was up for best short documentary at the London International Film Festival and “Walk of Shame,” which out of over 900 submissions was one of 43 that were accepted into Collected Voices, Chicago’s Ethnographic Film Fest.
Film Festivals entries cost money, as well as all the production that goes into it beforehand, it would be lovely if Mohamed could have some support to get his work made and seen. 

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