Out Now: “In Search of My Sister” is a Painfully Important Film

Out Now: “In Search of My Sister” is a Painfully Important Film

In Search of My Sister,” described by viewers as a “deeply moving, shocking,” and “brave” film that “takes a deep and critical look into what is happening to the Uyghur people at the hands of the CCP,” is out now. . The documentary follows activist Rushan Abbas in her quest to uncover the truth behind her sister Gulshan’s mysterious government abduction in 2008. In response to the spotlight Abbas has shone on the detainment, torture, and sterilization of 1.8-3 million Uyghurs by the Chinese Communist Party, she has been exiled to the U.S.

The award-winning film was written and directed by independent filmmaker Jawad Mir and has aired in over a dozen countries. 

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