Born in Casablanca, Nadir Bouhmouch is a filmmaker, human rights activist and film/global justice student at San Diego State University. He is the co-founder of the Guerrilla Cinema movement, campaigning against filmmaking regulations in Morocco which he sees as a constraint on freedom of expression. Nadir directed, produced and wrote "My Makhzen & Me" (2011). This was the first film to cover a Moroccan oppositional movement and confront the regime so directly and for this, it went down as a landmark in Moroccan cinema. He has recently released his first feature documentary on Moroccan women's rights: "475."
Liberate thine people.