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Arthur Muhammad


By Nigeria Anderson

A Filmmaker on Purpose

Arthur Muhammad, is an independent film director, producer, and screenwriter. Muhammad is a true visionary and his films are innovative and enriching.  Each project maintains a creative storytelling approach, with a unique end twist.  Muhammad’s directorial debut on the big screen was Carter High (starring Charles S. Dutton, Vivica A. Fox, Pooch Hall, Reginald C. Hayes, and David Banner).   Muhammad has created a lane for himself in film, releasing over twenty films to date.  Each of his films incite conversation and critical thinking while imparting impactful life lessons to the audience.  His latest film Twelve is about a family gathering that turns into an eerie game of confession in the new comedy thriller.  It begins after the funeral of the family patriarch, Pops, played by Ted Lange (Issac of The Love Boat), the family returns home and decides to take comfort in the age-old tradition of playing dominoes, as they fondly reminisce about Pops. The game takes a turn when, unbeknownst to them, they become trapped in the house.  The film is available on Fandango (click  and watch here) and leave a review. When you leave a review let us know you used this link and enter our raffle for two free ticket of his upcoming film, just put ubm next to your review or email us. (https://www.vudu.com/content/browse/details/Twelve/3031744). 


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