A Girl From Mogadishu


Bob Frank Distribution 11/25/2020 Download
 

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# Track   Duration
1.Opening2:31
2.Walking1:19
3.Opening Monologue7:07
4.After The Horror1:50
5.The Journey (feat. Anna Phoebe & Zayn Mohammed)2:01
6.Stopped By The Military (feat. Anna Phoebe)1:43
7.Checkpoint Ethiopia (feat. Anna Phoebe)1:53
8.Night1:38
9.Airport (feat. Anna Phoebe & Zayn Mohammed)2:50
10.Medical Montage (feat. Anna Phoebe)3:06
11.Becoming An Activist4:38
12.Speech4:22
13.Father1:00
14.The Family7:21
 43:19
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A Girl From Mogadishu OST - Nitin Sawhney 25th November

Added on Wednesday, November 18, 2020  

Filmtrax are proud to present a worldwide digital release of the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack for A Girl From Mogadishu. Winner of the Cinema for Peace Women’s Empowerment Award at the 2020 Berlin Film Festival, this powerful and inspiring film is based on the true story of global gender based violence activist, Ifrah Ahmed.

Filmtrax are proud to present a worldwide digital release of the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack for A Girl From Mogadishu.

Winner of the Cinema for Peace Women’s Empowerment Award at the 2020 Berlin Film Festival, this powerful and inspiring film is based on the true story of global gender based violence activist, Ifrah Ahmed.

Nitin Sawhney is one the most distinctive and versatile musical voices around today, achieving an international reputation across every possible creative medium.

In 2017 he received the Ivor Novello Lifetime Achievement award, and is firmly established as a world class producer, songwriter, DJ, multi-instrumentalist, orchestral composer and cultural pioneer. Sawhney has become a modern day ‘Renaissance man in the worlds of music, film, video games, dance and theatre. His endless creative curiosity makes him a formidable polymath across the whole artistic range of media associated with the music industry.

‘It was a real pleasure to work on this film directed by the wonderful Mary McGuckian.  Following the story of Ifrah played by Aja Naomi King was both harrowing and inspiring.  Finding the musical vocabulary to help tell her story was a huge journey in itself.’  Nitin Sawhney



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