A depressed ex-activist takes a job in a sweatshop where he and his coworker make
a grim discovery.
The morning of 9/11, a rookie cop spars against a young Muslim cadet in the basement of a New York pub before disaster strikes.
Gur-Inder Singh is a creative and versatile writer/director who grew up in Surrey, Canada; a multi-ethnic suburb of Vancouver. A lifelong Spielberg fan, his earliest memories include watching Jurassic Park in theaters with his father. Though he studied diligently in his formative years, with grades good enough for Harvard, film finally became his pursuit when he dropped out of university to launch an ethnocentric marketing and media company. Eventually, the gamble paid off as he was able to leverage his many connections gained through business to
help produce and act as the first assistant director of a Bollywood Film: Lukan Michi. Meanwhile, his script “Begum” became a finalist of the Cinestaan Scriptwriting Contest (Asia’s biggest English-language screen writing contest). Back home in Canada, he aims to utilize his diverse
skill set to pen and produce films that resonate with global audiences.