[Islamic Art: Mirror of the Invisible World ] does not attempt to cover the entire history or geography of Islamic art. There's a thematic approach instead, with sections devoted to a single broad topic: The Word, Space, Ornament, Color, Water. Art discussed in one section turns up in another, giving the film a cohesive sweep.
The data in this excellent film counters the perceptions formed by those watching mainstream media. We think it should be shown as oftern as possible, maybe even as one minute soundbites (as a psa/commercial) to counter the misleading ideas that have been formed.
Katie ZawackiCommunity Specialist, Lynchburg, VA
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Imam Zaid ShakirZaytuna Institute
[Muhammad: Legacy of a Prophet] provided the historical background necessary to understand the Islamic religion…students not only enjoyed the film, but also learned a great deal by watching it.
Cindy P. WilsonAP American Government, Centennial, CO
[Inside Islam] was enlightening—especially the surprising data…that the vast majority of Muslims believe in freedom of speech.
The general reaction to [Muhammad: Legacy of a Prophet] was positive, there were many aspects of Islam that we were not aware.