Arab American film wins 'Best Documentary' Award

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"The Arabian Dream Â? A Tale of Arab Americans" won the Best Documentary award at England's Stratford-Upon-Avon film festival on August 29, 2005.

"The Arabian Dream – A Tale of Arab Americans" won the Best Documentary award at England's Stratford-Upon-Avon film festival on August 29, 2005.

The film was screened at the Civic Hall Theater and shown to a British audience and international film producers. Festival Director, Douglas McFerran, announced the award and said at the ceremony: "we chose this documentary because it deals with hot current affairs and because it is excellent."

Festival organizers described "The Arabian Dream" as a "very real, detailed, informative documentary offering an insight into the lives of a group of Arab Americans living in a democratic society in Dearborn, Michigan."

(http://www.stratforduponavonfilmfest.com/winnerso5.htm)

Film producer, Neal AbuNab, was gratified by the reception of his movie and thanked the British people for "seeking real understanding and solutions that can lead to peace between cultures especially between Muslims and the Western world."

The film is being released to the general public on the fourth anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks, as a way to re-unite people of all faiths in their common humanity. It is available for purchase in home DVD format online at http://www.filmbaby.com/product_info.php?products_id=425

For more information about this film or the culture of Arab Americans please visit http://www.ArabianDreamNealAbunabHome.com

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