Saïda Ouchaou-Ozarowski is a Canadian filmaker who immigrated from Toronto to France in 2001.
With family roots in Algeria, Saïda is interested by human migrations and the impact of colonialism on racialized groups.

Her latest film, In Full Voice, produced by the NFB, debunks common prejudices about Muslim women in Canada. Population movements, multiple identities, and the status of women are at the heart of the filmmaker’s work.Saïda stopped by Roots and Resilience to speak about the art of film-making and her inspiring ability to tell women’s stories.

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