Marina, a concept artist suffering from artist’s block and a messy divorce, has one more weekend to come up with an idea for a project – or must face losing her job.
Marina, a concept artist suffering from artist’s block and a messy divorce, has one more weekend to come up with an idea for a project – or must face losing her job. And with it, any hope of keeping custody of her daughter.
However, once Marina meets Tariq, the building janitor and Syrian refugee who’s lost his family while fleeing the war, she discovers an inner world filled with insight, peace, and grace. Tariq helps Marina connect with her artistic — her divine truth, within.
About Tarun Keram
Born and raised in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada, Tarun Keram discovered his passion for film as a teen during his high school years. Upon graduating, he attended Kwantlen Polytechnic University, but soon dropped out to pursue his passion for film.
After first dedicating himself to the craft of acting, Tarun soon also moved into the director’s chair, co-directing his first short film, “Becky”. He went on to help direct and produce several more shorts; some of which were granted funding by Telus’s Storyhive program.
Just before the pandemic hit, Tarun worked on long-gestating passion project, Tadwīm. This marked his first solo directing effort, where he also served as producer, co-writer, and also made a director’s cameo (hopefully the first of many more to come).