Can you be Muslim and gay? A bereaved fiancé goes on a deeply personal journey to try and prevent a future tragedy. Directed by Matt Mahmood-Ogston. Produced by Meera Mistry.
My God, I’m Queer
Naz and Matt Foundation are proud to announce our first, powerful new documentary – My God, I’m Queer.
Definitely a must-watchCarla Oliver Martí, Iris Prize 2020
Just finished this – so SO good!Ellen Degenerate
The film has screened in England, Wales, Canada and India in 2020 and shortlisted for two awards. From 11th October 2020 My God, I’m Queer will be available to view, free of charge on Channel4’s All4 streaming platform.
Watch My God, I’m Queer
Awards and achievements
- Shortlisted for the Youth Jury Prize (nominated by schools across Wales)
- Selected for screening on Channel4’s All4 streaming service and the iconic Film4 broadcast channel
Watch now on All4
The team behind the film
Directed by Matt Mahmood-Ogston (Founder and Chair of Naz and Matt Foundation).
Produced by Meera Mistry (Independent Film Producer).
The documentary was produced by Behind the Facade Films for Naz and Matt Foundation.
Our fabulous contributors
Huge thank you to our inspirational contributors – without your love, support and commitment to making the world a better place we would not have been able to make this film.
Mani, Kaleem, Sadia Sadr, Shamal Waraich, Amir and Aamir, Ferhan Khan, Saima Razzaq, Asifa Lahore, Claudia Lahore, Syeda Sarwat Fatima and Satveer
Interview with the Director
About Iris Prize
The Iris Prize LGBT+ Film Festival is a six-day celebration of LGBT+ film which takes place annually in Cardiff, Wales, UK. The diverse festival programme, with a focus on excellence in LGBT+ storytelling, includes screenings of the 35 international short films competing for the Iris Prize, the 15 British short films competing for the Best British Award and 10-15 feature films, including multiple UK premieres. In addition to film screenings, the festival features expert talks on subjects relevant to LGBT+ culture and filmmaking, filmmaker Q&As, the Producers Forum – a full-day forum for low budget filmmaking, an Education Day for young audiences, nightly parties and the Iris Carnival, featuring the Awards Show and live music.
About All 4 (Channel4’s online streaming service)
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All 4 has 23 million registered users, including 80% of 16-34 year olds in the UK.
Film4 is a British free-to-air television channel owned by the Channel Four Television Corporation, that broadcasts films. It was launched on 1 November 1998. While its standard-definition channel is available as a FTA network, its high-definition variant is offered as a pay television service
I have just watch, ‘My God, I’m Queer’. What a phenomenal piece, filled with phenomenal individuals. The stories were raw, honest, heart breaking and hopeful, above all, they showed me what true bravery is. I sincerely wish the best and a lifetime full of love for everyone who partook in the documentary and want them to realise how they are providing positive LGBQT + role models in the LGBQT + community, Asian, and Asian Muslim community.
Thank you so much Kamilah for your honest and very positive review of My God, I’m Queer. I will pass on your kind thoughts to the participants of the documentary. I know your words will really mean a lot to them.
With kindest regards