Directed, produced, filmed & edited

by Tariq Chow


Featuring: Graeme Innes, Harish Raval, Philip Rosenberg, Simone Nardella, Pertejbakhtawar Singjohal & Karma Namjal with Ani Samten.


Locations: St Paul's Cathedral, Ilford Hindu Centre, United Synagogue Central, London Central Mosque, Gurdwara Sri Guru Singh Sabha & London Tibetan Buddhist Centre


Music: Moby

Faith in London is a short silent film celebrating the common instruction towards compassion that exists in all world religions and honouring one of the finest examples of multifaith coexistence in the world: the City of London

Premiering at an awards ceremony held at BAFTA on 22 July 2010, this film was awarded runner-up at the TBFF Faith Shorts film competition by a panel that included Natalie Portman, Jet Li and Hugh Jackman.


After being featured in The Guardian and CNN, on 11 September 2011 it was featured on a special edition of Songs of Praise on BBC One (see below).


The film has been presented with multiple awards at various international film festivals (see right) and has been screened globally in subsequent years.

WINNER: Peace + Dialogue Award

Religion Today Film Festival 2011

Italy


WINNER: COPEAM Award

Plural Plus Film Festival 2011

United Nations Alliance of Civilizations


WINNER: BaKa Forum Award

Plural Plus Film Festival 2011

United Nations Alliance of Civilizations


WINNER: SIGNIS Award

Plural Plus Film Festival 2011

United Nations Alliance of Civilizations


OFFICIAL SELECTION:

Insight Film Festival 2011

United Kingdom


WINNER: Project Mosaic

Film Competition 2011

United Kingdom


RUNNER UP: Faith Shorts

Film Competition 2010

United Kingdom

Faith in London

Below: Short clip from a special edition of BBC One’s Songs of Praise entitled ‘Building a Better World’, featuring the film ‘Faith in London’. First broadcast: 11 Sep 2011.