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Working for Peace through the Media
Muslims on Screen and Television (MOST) is a non-profit, cross-cultural resource center that provides complimentary information and expert consultations, to TV and film writers and producers on any of their characters or storylines regarding Muslims, Islam and the Middle East.
A partnership between the Saban Center for Middle East Policy at the Brookings Institution, Unity Productions Foundation, The Muslim West Facts Project, the Alliance of Civilizations Media Fund, and One Nation For All, MOST meets the critical need for increased understanding and accurate representation, during this time of great tension and mutual suspicion between the US and Muslim World.
As Muslim themes and characters appear more often in television and film, writers and producers face a complex challenge: presenting multidimensional characters and stories that transcend stereotypes. MOST invites you to use our resources freely.

Our goals:

  • To provide the Hollywood creative community with resources and accurate information on Muslims and regions with majority Muslim populations.
  • To engage thought leaders and the entertainment community in an on-going dialogue about the United States and the Muslim world.

MOST has two key components:

  1. A resource center-fast facts, polls, research, experts about Islam and the Muslim world.
  2. Seminars and special events that bring key policymakers and opinion leaders together with writers, creative executives, agents, and actors to discuss issues related to the Muslim world.

To learn more visit www.mostresource.org