Fahim Hamid Ali is an artist who passionately believes in the importance of communicating with his audience. He moved from canvas to film around 4 years ago and produced two successful documentary projects celebrating Canada. One of his films is titled MAPLE MORNING. This is the story of immigrants who have contributed successfully to society in many ways. The other film, STEADFAST, celebrates the life and times of Doctor Jean Augustine, the first black woman minister of Canada.
“After two great red carpet premieres of documentary films the journey continues at the TIFF Bell Light Box,” said Fahim “I now plan to embark upon the launch of the Docu-Film MAGICAL MILTON …this will be highlighting & portraying the heritage, present and future times of Milton and the international diaspora living here.”
After living in Mississauga for ten years, Fahim relocated to Milton in 2012 with his family. He strongly believes that our town is special. He has not found anywhere like Milton, so rich in history, so caring and with such great community involvement.
He has observed how the citizens of Milton have welcomed newcomers to town. Presentation of their experiences
is an integral part of the film which is nonpartisan and a not for profit project. It is intended to bring the diverse communities closer, “and to further strengthen and celebrate the great Canadian values of harmony, friendship and hard work that are taking Milton to the next level.”
The talented collaborators of the film project are from the Toronto Film School and LP Media works. As Fahim has
done before, the finished project will be presented to various IP television channels across Canada to reach diverse
The project MAGICAL MILTON is labor of love to celebrate the town: its past, present and future. the documentary film will feature interviews with a variety of citizens that contribute to the life of our town. Councillor John hallinor is the Consulting Producer. Te 45 minutes Docu-Film story will be narrated by His Worship Gord Krantz, Mayor of Milton.