Kala Maan: A Somali Cultural Video
|Kala Maan: A Somali Cultural Video|
|Directed by||Said Ahmed|
|Produced by||Minneapolis Public Schools Health Related Services|
|Written by||Said Ahmed|
Somali Confrontation Community of Minnesota
|April 6, 2002|
Kala Maan: A Somali Cultural Video is a 2002 Somali-American direct-to-video documentary drama film written and directed by Said Ahmed. It is said that the running time is 60 minutes long, although the actual running time is 51 minutes long. The film is funded by Title IV, Safe and Drug-Free Schools Communities Act of 1994, in cooperation with LEAD (Leadership, Empowerment and Development), Roosevelt High School, Sanford Middle School and Somali Confrontation Community of Minnesota.
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