Mizna

For 20 years, we have sought to reflect the depth and multiplicity of our community.

Mizna is a critical platform for contemporary literature, art, film, and cultural programming centering the work of Arab + Southwest Asian and North African artists.

04/17/2024

Next week, join us for the first screening of Insurgent Transmissions: A Palestine Film Series

April Screening: Wajib by Annemarie Jacir
When: April 24, 2024 at 7pm
Where: Bryant Lake Bowl
Tickets: https://bit.ly/insurgent-transmissions

ACCESSIBILITY: To make this event accessible, masks are STRONGLY ENCOURAGED. Unfortunately we cannot require masks because Bryant Lake Bowl serves food and drinks inside the screening space. This film will be in Arabic with English subtitles.

In addition to ticket fees going to support the featured Palestinian filmmakers, we will be raising money for Crips for E-sims for Gaza, an initiative which has been raising money to keep people in Gaza connected despite a months-long internet blackout.

ABOUT THE FILM
Abu Shadi is a divorced father and school teacher who lives in Nazareth with his daughter. Now that she is about to be married, the aging patriarch is anticipating life on his own. In preparation for the wedding, his architect son, Shadi, who lives in Rome, travels to Nazareth to help the family. As Shadi and his father spend a day together hand-delivering wedding invitations to each guest in keeping with local Palestinian custom, the tense details of their fragile relationship come to a head, while each faces the reality of their very different lives.

04/16/2024

Mizna: The Futurities Issue guest-edited by Barrak Alzaid, co-edited by Aram Kavoossi
Call for Submissions opens April 25–June 6, 2024

Before speculative writing, we must have speculative thought. Before thinking and feeling into the future, we must acknowledge our past and bear witness to our catastrophic present. We issue this call with faith in our ability to transform and imagine our futures, which are in fact undetermined, unsettled.

What dreams and tomorrows can we imagine that grapple with the urgencies of today? What forms of writing can intervene in the projections of unending destitution seemingly prescribed for the SWANA region and beyond—those narratives that compel us to assume a predetermined future? How can we, by writing imagined alternatives, reject the catastrophes we are condemned to and disrupt the systems of oppression that rely on deliverable forecasts of violence, dispossession, and immiseration?

For Mizna: The Futurities Issue, our winter 2024 issue guest-edited by Barrak Alzaid and co-edited by Aram Kavoossi, we seek work that writes with the gravity of the fact that our present moment is the projected and sought future of a fascist status quo as well as work that takes seriously the need to intervene with agency and take action in the present if we ever wish to see a freer, alterable future.

Submissions open April 25–June 6 2024. SUBMISSIONS MUST BE SENT THROUGH OUR SUBMISSION PORTAL IN THE ABOVE TIMEFRAME, UNSOLICITED SUBMISSIONS SENT TO OUR EMAIL WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.

GET READY + LEARN MORE: https://mizna.org/literary/call-for-submissions-futurities/

04/15/2024

Still from "Horse of Mud" by Atteyat El Abnoudy, Egypt’s pioneer documentary filmmaker and "filmmaker of the poor," screening as part of a retrospective of her work at Mizna Film Series.

When: Wednesday, May 22 at 7pm
Where: Trylon Cinema
Tickets + more info: https://bit.ly/miznafilmseries

ABOUT THE FILM
Atteyat El-Abnoudy’s first documentary depicts women in a mud-brick factory in the center of Cairo, where they are treated like ‘horses’, working at repetitive and monotonous tasks in miserable conditions. Nevertheless, El-Abnoudy brings out the women’s dignity, showing a beautiful choreography to their movement. By giving control of the microphone to the workers themselves, she also allows the women’s own stories to be interleaved with their work.

This program is co-presented with Cimatheque and ArteEast.

Photos from Mizna's post 04/13/2024

An update from our two beautiful February solidarity events for Gaza, Valentine's for Palestine in Minneapolis and Artists for Gaza in LA.

Thanks to our community's enthusiasm and generosity, these two events raised over $24,000 for Middle East Children's Alliance efforts to provide hot meals for Palestinians in Gaza!

We're currently supporting Mizna Fellow and exiled Gazan poet Yahya Ashour in raising money to evacuate his family through the sale of his poetry e-book. Support Yahya and purchase a copy now at bit.ly/ashour-ebook

For the Community, by the Community: Mizna and Masrah 04/13/2024

For the Community, by the Community: Mizna and Masrah Rejecting the erasure of Arab culture and artistry, these Midwestern organizations implore artists to come as their full selves.

04/11/2024

We're marking Arab American Heritage Month with a special gift to those who support exiled Gazan poet Yahya Ashour in evacuating his family from Gaza. When you buy his e-book, "A Gaza of Siege & Genocide," you get a free one-year subscription to the Mizna journal.

Due to shipping limitations, this offer is only available to US-based customers. Offer valid through the end of April 2024. Subscription starts with Mizna 25.1, our forthcoming summer issue.

Support Yahya Ashour now at bit.ly/ashour-ebook

04/10/2024

While Eid al-Fitr is usually a time to celebrate the end of Ramadan, this year is hardly celebratory as the genocide in Gaza enters its seventh month.

Though this is a holiday, bombs are still being dropped on Palestinians in Gaza and millions of people are observing Eid while displaced from their homes. With more than 33,000 people killed by the Israeli military in Gaza, and only a few days after Walid Daqqa, a Palestinian writer, activist, thinker, and political prisoner died due to medical neglect while incarcerated by the Israeli government, we mark this Eid by keeping our martyrs close to our hearts.

We continue to demand an immediate and permanent ceasefire in Gaza and reaffirm our solidarity with Palestinian liberation. There is no better way to celebrate than with peace and liberation.

04/09/2024

Meet Atteyat El-Abnoudy and watch a retrospective of her work as part of Mizna Film Series on May 22!

TICKETS + MORE INFO: https://bit.ly/miznafilmseries

Often considered Egypt’s pioneer documentary filmmaker and "filmmaker of the poor," El-Abnoudy's oeuvre maps the intersections of class, labor, and gender in Egypt, largely through the perspectives of women. With training in law, journalism, and filmmaking, El-Abnoudy was active as a documentary filmmaker from the 1970s through the early 2000s. El-Abnoudy’s films offer an intimate glimpse into the lives of working-class Egyptians through politically engaged and socially preoccupied documentary form. Giving a voice to women outside of Egypt's metropolitan centers, El-Abnoudy enables her film subjects to return the camera's gaze and narrate their stories in their own words.

This program is co-presented with Cimatheque and ArteEast.

Photos from Mizna's post 04/04/2024

Exiled Gazan poet and Mizna Fellow Yahya Ashour in trying to evacuate his family from Gaza.

To raise funds for their evacuation, Ashour shares a special electronic book of excerpted verses from poetry he has written while in exile accompanied by his own illustrations. In solidarity with Ashour's nineteen family members who must escape the dire situation in Gaza, Mizna is supporting Yahya Ashour to fund their evacuation through the sale of this e-book.

The price for the book is $25, however we strongly encourage those who are able to give much, much more—to be as generous as possible. All funds from the sale of this e-book will go directly to assist his family’s escape to Egypt.

Head to bit.ly/ashour-ebook

Photos from Mizna's post 04/03/2024

☁️ 2024 marks 25 years of Mizna ☁️

As Mizna is marking its twenty-fifth anniversary year, our small team is reflecting on our history of presenting, connecting, and sustaining Arab and SWANA creatives. In 2024, we are approaching our programming in relation to both the past and future. In thinking about the convergence of past and future, we also turn to the Arabic meaning our name, a rain-bearing cloud, and the inherent dichotomies this meaning can hold.

Stay tuned for news on how we're planning to celebrate this anniversary, including special ☁️ branding (including new merch!), new programs, and exciting events!

Read our full statement https://mizna.org/mizna-news/mizna-25-years/

04/02/2024

Insurgent Transmissions: A Palestine Film Series

April Screening: Wajib by Annemarie Jacir
When: April 24, 2024 at 7pm
Where: Bryant Lake Bowl
Tickets: https://bit.ly/insurgent-transmissions

ACCESSIBILITY: To make this event accessible, masks are STRONGLY ENCOURAGED. Unfortunately we cannot require masks because Bryant Lake Bowl serves food and drinks inside the screening space. This film will be in Arabic with English subtitles.

In addition to ticket fees going to support the featured Palestinian filmmakers, we will be raising money for Crips for E-sims for Gaza, an initiative which has been raising money to keep people in Gaza connected despite a months-long internet blackout.

ABOUT THE FILM
Abu Shadi is a divorced father and school teacher who lives in Nazareth with his daughter. Now that she is about to be married, the aging patriarch is anticipating life on his own. In preparation for the wedding, his architect son, Shadi, who lives in Rome, travels to Nazareth to help the family. As Shadi and his father spend a day together hand-delivering wedding invitations to each guest in keeping with local Palestinian custom, the tense details of their fragile relationship come to a head, while each faces the reality of their very different lives.

04/01/2024

Announcing our newest mentorship program!

Mizna will focus on teaching western literary and news institutions how to stop obfuscating Israeli war crimes through passive voice by learning how to implement active voice. We will be working with institutions in dire need of this simple training: CNN, the New York Times, the BBC, the Washington Post, and many, many more.

We're here to help!

Photos from Mizna's post 03/30/2024

As we commemorate Land Day and continue to work toward the liberation of Palestine, help us support Gazan poet and Mizna Fellow Yahya Ashour in helping his family evacuate from Gaza.

Yahya Ashour shares a special electronic book of excerpted verses from poetry he has written while in exile accompanied by his own illustrations. In solidarity with Ashour's nineteen family members who must escape the dire situation in Gaza, Mizna is supporting Yahya Ashour to fund their evacuation through the sale of this e-book.

The price for the book is $25, however we strongly encourage those who are able to give much, much more—to be as generous as possible. All funds from the sale of this e-book will go directly to assist his family’s escape to Egypt.

Head to mizna.org/shop to get your copy of Ashour's book and support his family

03/29/2024

Spring Arabic classes start next week!

Registration is now open for Spring Beginning, Intermediate, and Conversation Arabic classes as well as Summer Intensive Beginning Arabic classes! Spring classes start the week of April 1, 2024. Classes take place virtually and are taught by Dunia Khoury.

Bundle and save $60 by signing up for 2 Arabic classes!
Use checkout code: ARABICBUNDLE

Register at mizna.org/shop

03/28/2024

CALL FOR INTERNS: SUMMER 2024

Mizna seeks thoughtful candidates to apply for a paid internship position and assist with an array of compelling programming this summer. We will be hiring an intern to assist in general programs and administration. We are looking for an intern who has a strong interest in nonprofit programs and management, excels at communicating and organizing, and is dedicated to promoting SWANA cultural production in the Twin Cities and around the world. It is preferable that interns are locally based and will work in the office.

Dates: June 1–August 31, 2024 (some flexibility in dates). This position requires a time commitment of 8–20 hours per week.

Compensation: $15 per hour.

Apply by April 19, 2024 at 11:59pm CT.

Learn more + apply https://mizna.org/mizna-news/interns-summer-2024/

03/27/2024

The May program of Mizna Film Series: Feminist Visions presents a retrospective of Atteyat El-Abnoudy’s work.

Often considered Egypt’s pioneer documentary filmmaker and "filmmaker of the poor," El-Abnoudy's oeuvre maps the intersections of class, labor, and gender in Egypt, largely through the perspectives of women. With training in law, journalism, and filmmaking, El-Abnoudy was active as a documentary filmmaker from the 1970s through the early 2000s. El-Abnoudy’s films offer an intimate glimpse into the lives of working-class Egyptians through politically engaged and socially preoccupied documentary form. Giving a voice to women outside of Egypt's metropolitan centers, El-Abnoudy enables her film subjects to return the camera's gaze and narrate their stories in their own words.

Featuring Abnoudy's films HORSE OF MUD (1971), SAD SONG OF TOUHA (1972), THE SANDWICH (1975), RAWYA (1995), PERMISSIBLE DREAMS (1982).

Watch IN-PERSON ONLY May 22, 2024 at 7pm at Trylon Cinema
Tickets + more info: https://bit.ly/miznafilmseries

This program is co-presented with Cimatheque and ArteEast.

03/26/2024

Mizna's Twin Cities Arab Film Festival has been nominated for Minnesota's Best Arts and Entertainment Event! Make sure you vote for us before April 17, you can vote once per day.

How to vote for us:
1. Head to votemnbest.com
2. Click on the "Entertainment" category
3. Click on the "Arts and Culture Event" sub-category
4. Click on "Mizna's Arab Film Fest"
5. Review and cast your ballot.

03/25/2024

Insurgent Transmissions: A Palestine Film Series

April Screening: Wajib by Annemarie Jacir
When: April 24, 2024 at 7pm
Where: Bryant Lake Bowl
Tickets: https://bit.ly/insurgent-transmissions

In addition to ticket fees going to support the featured Palestinian filmmakers, we will be raising money for Crips for E-sims for Gaza, an initiative which has been raising money to keep people in Gaza connected despite a months-long internet blackout.

ABOUT THE FILM
Abu Shadi is a divorced father and school teacher who lives in Nazareth with his daughter. Now that she is about to be married, the aging patriarch is anticipating life on his own. In preparation for the wedding, his architect son, Shadi, who lives in Rome, travels to Nazareth to help the family. As Shadi and his father spend a day together hand-delivering wedding invitations to each guest in keeping with local Palestinian custom, the tense details of their fragile relationship come to a head, while each faces the reality of their very different lives.

03/22/2024

Mizna presents Insurgent Transmissions: A Palestine Film Series

Insurgent Transmissions is a film series highlighting the varied Palestinian experience. Made by contemporary Palestinian makers, the films depict the many ways that Palestinians resist occupation in their daily lives and filmmaking practices. The films in Insurgent Transmissions highlight the works of contemporary Palestinian filmmakers, amplifying their voices through their films and the films they see as most urgent in this moment of cultural erasure and genocide.

This monthly series is presented by Mizna at Bryant Lake Bowl April–July 2024. Ticket fees go towards supporting the featured Palestinian filmmakers, sliding scale of $5–15. Additional opportunities to support urgent grassroots fundraisers in Gaza will be available at the screening.

April: Wajib by Annemarie Jacir
May: Infiltrators by Khaled Jarrar
June: Foragers by Jumana Manna
July: More info coming soon!

Tickets: https://bit.ly/insurgent-transmissions

Dispatch from Gaza by Huda Soboh - Mizna 03/20/2024

Now on Mizna Online: "Dispatch from Gaza" by Huda Soboh, a 19-year-old writing from Gaza and currently displaced in Rafah. Huda thinks of writing as her way of practicing resilience—a sanctuary so that the devastation does not consume her spirit.

Read more of her Huda's piece

Dispatch from Gaza by Huda Soboh - Mizna A few weeks ago, I had the privilege of reading at a People’s Night of Poetry and Music for Palestine … Continue reading "Dispatch from Gaza by Huda Soboh"

Photos from Mizna's post 03/13/2024

Now on Mizna Online: "On Ex*****on," an essay by Abdelrahman ElGendy.

Invoking the weight of his personal history of a six-year political imprisonment in Egypt and thinking alongside Solmaz Sharif's work on the failures of Western empathy, ElGendy asks necessary questions of a society that can only witness Palestinian suffering, while being fundamentally incapable of allowing their empathy to extend to the political action that Palestinians demand.

Image credit: Photo by Hossam El-Hamalawy in Tahrir Square on May 13th 2011, where “thousands of protesters rallied against religious sectarianism and in solidarity with the Palestinian intifada.”

Read more at https://mizna.org/literary/on-execution/

03/11/2024

As this year's holy month of Ramadan begins, the genocide in Gaza enters its sixth month. Since October 2023, at least 30,000 Palestinians have been killed during Israel's incessant aerial bombardment and occupation in Gaza, and many more men, women, and children are at risk of dying due to starvation as a result of Israel's genocidal war and siege.

We continue to demand an immediate and permanent ceasefire in Gaza. We reaffirm our ongoing solidarity with Palestinian liberation and will continue to support artists, writers, filmmakers, and cultural workers as they create work in solidarity with Palestine.

We will continue to participate in our non-religious fasting campaign Fast for Gaza every Thursday until a permanent ceasefire is called. For those in our community fasting religiously this month, we hope you keep Gaza in your hearts and prayers.

https://mizna.org/mizna-news/fast-for-gaza/

Photos from Mizna's post 03/08/2024

Now on Mizna Online: "At the Cliff of Death," a poem from Haya Abu Nasser, a poet currently in Gaza. Haya has been displaced four times since October 2023. She is currently writing poetry while living in a tent and experiencing first-hand Gaza’s grievous losses caused by Israel’s genocidal violence.

Nancy Cricorian, Haya's mentor in the We Are Not Numbers program, writes the introduction.

Read more of Haya's poem at https://mizna.org/literary/haya-abu-nasser/

Photo of the sea in Gaza by Haya Abu Nasser (2024)

03/08/2024

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Join us TONIGHT for Palestine Is a Feminist Issue, with Professor Sima Shakhsari and Minneapolis Council Member Robin Wonsley.

Friday, March 8, 6 pm at Moon Palace Books

Organized by FLAGS-JP, co-presented by Mizna.

Entry is free and open to the public.

03/07/2024

Registration is now open for Spring Beginning, Intermediate, and Conversation Arabic classes as well as Summer Intensive Beginning Arabic classes! Classes take place virtually and are taught by Dunia Khoury.

Bundle and save $60 by signing up for 2 Arabic classes!
Use checkout code: ARABICBUNDLE

Register now at mizna.org/shop

Photos from Mizna's post 03/05/2024

Now on Mizna Online: Online Editor Aram Kavoossi sat down with Lucia Kagramanyan, host of the bimonthly Panorama Yerevan program on NTS Radio. A resident DJ for the London-based NTS as well as for the Bethlehem-based Radio Alhara, Kagramanyan’s Panorama presents a kaleidoscopic soundscape of Armenian music from Armenia and its diasporas, reaching across social, historical, and musicological categories. Kagramanyan’s latest broadcast, “Armenian Liturgy for Palestine,” aired recently on Radio Alhara, “a sonic statement of grieving over the interwoven histories of displacement and shared histories of genocide and the ongoing, repeated genocide that needs to come to an end.”

Read more at https://mizna.org/literary/interview-lucia-kagramanyan/

Mary of Gaza: a New Poem by Ibrahim Nasrallah - Mizna 03/01/2024

Now on Mizna Online: "Mary of Gaza" by Ibrahim Nasrallah, translated by Huda Fakhreddine.

Originally a video poem produced by Nasrallah himself, this piece is heavy with the unflinching weight of the ongoing genocide in Gaza. We hope that this poem and its video can function as an opportunity to ask: how can Western, especially US-based, viewers bear the responsibility of the images coming from Gaza today? To whom do we turn, in the midst of genocide, and from whom are we turning away?

Mary of Gaza: a New Poem by Ibrahim Nasrallah - Mizna I t is one of the greatest honors, bestowed to me in my brief time on earth, to publish the … Continue reading "Mary of Gaza: a New Poem by Ibrahim Nasrallah"

02/28/2024

TONIGHT! Join us for the first screening of Mizna Film Series: Feminist Visions, featuring The Hour of Liberation Has Arrived by Heiny Srour and a short film by Jocelyne Saab

When: Wednesday, February 28, 2024 at 7pm (sold out), 9pm showing added
Where: Trylon Cinema, 2820 E 33rd St, Minneapolis
TICKETS + MORE INFO: https://bit.ly/miznafilmseries

The Hour of Liberation Has Arrived archives a mostly forgotten moment in Arab/SWANA history, when a feminist, guerrilla movement in Dhofar rose up against the Sultanate of Oman. Srour and her film crew entered the war zone, vulnerable to British air bombardment, to capture footage of the People’s Liberation Army, who fought without rank or pay, implementing social reforms and projects like schools, roads, hospitals, and farms. The film documents the possibility of collective uprisings against British and US-backed colonial projects. The Hour of Liberation Has Arrived screened at Cannes and remains an important film in the archive of SWANA and feminist resistance.

02/26/2024

This Wednesday: join us for the first screening of Mizna Film Series: Feminist Visions, featuring The Hour of Liberation Has Arrived by Heiny Srour and a short film by Jocelyne Saab

When: Wednesday, February 28, 2024 at 7pm (sold out), 9pm showing added
Where: Trylon Cinema, 2820 E 33rd St, Minneapolis
TICKETS + MORE INFO: https://bit.ly/miznafilmseries

The Hour of Liberation Has Arrived archives a mostly forgotten moment in Arab/SWANA history, when a feminist, guerrilla movement in Dhofar rose up against the Sultanate of Oman. Srour and her film crew entered the war zone, vulnerable to British air bombardment, to capture footage of the People’s Liberation Army, who fought without rank or pay, implementing social reforms and projects like schools, roads, hospitals, and farms. The film documents the possibility of collective uprisings against British and US-backed colonial projects. The Hour of Liberation Has Arrived screened at Cannes and remains an important film in the archive of SWANA and feminist resistance.

02/24/2024

Meet Heiny Srour and watch her film The Hour of Liberation has Arrived on Feb 28!

TICKETS + MORE INFO: https://bit.ly/miznafilmseries

Born in 1945 in Beirut, Heiny Srour studied Sociology at the French University of Beirut (Ecole Supérieure des Lettres) and went on to study Social Anthropology at the Sorbonne in Paris, where she was a student of both Marxist sociologist Maxime Rodinson and anthropologist filmmaker Jean Rouch. In 1969, while pursuing a PhD on the status of Lebanese and Arab women and working as a journalist for AfricAsia magazine, she discovered the struggle of the Popular Front for the Liberation of the Occupied Arabian Gulf, which led an uprising in the province of Dhofar against the British-backed Sultan of Oman. Determined to make a film about this feminist movement, she spent two years doing intensive research and finding the necessary funds before setting out to Dhofar. From the Yemeni border, Heiny Srour and her team crossed 500 miles of desert and mountains by foot, under bombardment by the British Royal Air Force, to reach the combat zone and record the only document shot deep inside the Liberated Area. The Hour of Liberation was completed in 1974 and selected at Cannes Film Festival, making Srour the first woman from the Third World to be selected at the prestigious international festival. Including four years of restoration, this documentary took, all in all, ten years of her life. (Bio from Sabzian, compiled by Gerard-Jan Claes, Stoffel Debuysere)

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