Iran Haq's sophomore feature smartly probes the problems of a character who is caught between cultures, while the nuanced screenplay once again draws on her own harrowing life experience. Audiences…
PARIS– Pascal Sid’s “The Island of the Dolls,” Tom Shoval’s “Shake Your Cares Away,” Iram Haq’s “What We People Say” and Gyorgy Palfi’s “The Voice” sparked the biggest buzz at Les Arcs’s 1950…
A woman caught between cultures struggles to find love and acceptance in Iram Haq's assured but not always likable debut.
A Pakistani-Norwegian beauty who started as an actress, Iram Haq made a bold and personal feature debut with “I Am Yours.” A heart-wrenching drama turning on a lonely single mother struggling to find…
Norway has chosen Iram Haq’s first feature “I Am Yours” as its entry in the Oscar foreign-language film. " ‘I am Yours’ is an impressive debut that touches and raises important questions about being…
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