DXF Outreach

On Thursday night, DXF reached out to Malmö’s immigrant community with a showing of the film “Zero Silence”, followed by a talk with Hussain Kabani, one of the producers of the film.

The film showing took place at Tegelhuset, a meeting place for youth in Rosengård, an area of Malmö where immigrants often first settle soon after arriving in Sweden.

After the film, Hussain led a debate about freedom of speech with some of Rosengård’s youth in the audience, many of whom came from Lebanon, Ethiopia, Afghanistan or Morocco.

Many questions revolved around what it takes to make a film; Hussain told them that more and more, the technical barriers to making films are falling, and he encouraged them to think about making their own films if they have a social issue the want to address.