Afdhere Jama (born 1980) is an American writer and filmmaker of Somali origin. Jama was born and raised in Somalia. He moved to America when he was a teenager. Between the years 2000 and 2010, he was the editor of Huriyah, a magazine by and for LGBT Muslims. Jama identifies as queer and Muslim.
Movies & TV shows
Set in Los Angeles, "Angelenos" follows several gay characters as they fall in love. In the midst of it, these characters are making their way through rejection, pursuing the impossible dreams, and tr...
Bits features diverse short stories, some are meeting for the first time, others are rethinking their relationships. Filmed in four countries, in multiple different settings, Bits will have something ...
From Here to Timbuktu
Shorts from five countries (Australia, Japan, Russia, Slovenia, and United States) that all have to do with love. They are also all LGBT themed and/or directed.
'Apart' follows several entangled lives in Los Angeles: Mario, a young man who feels rejected by an older man named Saleheddine; John, a jaded hustler and drug dealer who keeps happiness at bay, and w...
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