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Qasim Basir is the director and co-writer of the Sundance film, A Boy. A Girl. A Dream., a feature starring Omari Hardwick and Meagan Good, which received critical praise for its style, beauty, and depth of performance.


With a genuinely independent beginning, Qasim began by picking up a camera and shooting films in Detroit, eventually renting theaters to showcase them, and building enough of a skillset to move to New York. there he developed his first feature with Danny Glover's company, Louverture films, after getting their attention by winning a shorts competition. A short that would become his first feature; MOOZ-lum. Glover acted in Qasim’s film too, alongside Nia Long, Evan Ross, and Roger Guenveur Smith. This film would play in theaters internationally in over 20 countries, winning several festival awards, and ultimately get Qasim nominated for an NAACP Image award.

His second film, Destined, starring Cory Hardrict, Jesse Metcalf and Hill Harper, had its premiere at the LA Film Festival, won Best Director and Actor at the American Black Film Festival, Best Feature at Urbanworld, and several other awards.


Qasim's is a unique voice, constantly finding ways to tell compelling, exceptional stories. Since his three independent features, he's been developing projects with HBO, Endeavor Content, and many others coming soon.