Jammin in the Middle E

Drama, 50 minutes

Synopsis: A comedy about family, fast cars, finding love and gangsta rap in Sydney’s Little Lebanon.Directed by Kim Mordaunt

Produced by Enda Murray, Virus Media

Written by Howard Jackson

Cinematography by Joel Peterson

Original Music by Caitlin Yeo

Edited by Adrian Rostirolla

Starring NOMISe, Matuse, Julie Kanaan

Funded by the Australian Film Commission, NSW Film and TV Office, Australia Council and SBS Independent (SBS TV)

Highly Commended, Best Cinematography (Drama) ACS Awards

Screened: SBS TV, St Kilda Film Festival, Fresh Travelling Film Festival (Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Brisbane), Mumbai International Film Festival

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“A frantic comedy of errors that opens a window on the fascinating community of western Sydney’s Little Lebanon.  And revealing and delightful it is too….This beguiling show makes (me) feel like (I’m) missing out on something… on where Australia is going.  And great rollicking fun it appears to be… This brilliant film radiates with catharsis.  Mordaunt directs with a kind of cinema-verite intimacy and an aesthetic power that matches the social impact of this project.  Caitlin Yeo’s music, too, is stunning.  Maybe there is a future for the local film industry.”

Graeme Blundell, The Australian

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“This is priceless, both in its humour and capacity to open a window into the thinking of Muslims in Sydney’s maligned southwest.”

Judy Adamson, Sydney Morning Herald

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