Prison and Paradise Movie (2011)

‘Prison and Paradise’ was produced in 2010. It was screened as a World Premier in Dubai International Film Festival 2010. The 2002 Bali bombing has opened rooms for major debate and fore controversies regarding jihad, Islamic political movements, terrorism and human rights issues. The film follows Noor Huda Ismail, a journalist at The Washington Post and former room-mate of Utomo Pamungkas – one of perpetrators of the 2002 Bali bombing – as he meets both perpetrators' and victims' families. We find that the bombings in Indonesia have created many orphaned children, both in perpetrators' as well as victims' families. With incredible access to those who masterminded the bombings, Noor Huda Ismail has made a compelling and important film.


Jihad Selfie Movie (2016)

‘Jihad Selfie’ was produced in 2015. It was screened for the first time at International Workshop of Counter Violence Extremism in Geneva back in mid-2016. This movie created based on phenomenon when the radical groups especially Islamic State (IS) use social media to recruiting new member. The movie tells us about how a young and bright student from Aceh Teuku Akbar Maulana (17), who won the scholarship from Turkish Government to continuing his study in Turkey. Akbar interested to join ISIS because he recruited by his friend from Facebook, but finally he cancelled his willingness to join ISIS because he remembered his memories with his parents.