Since 1991 MPAC has honored those who use art and media to create enriching and humanizing portrayals of Islam and Muslims and promote diversity and social justice issues that inspire action.

Updates

The best film of the year!

We're honored to recognize SELMA.

Special appearances by...

More surprises coming.


  • MPAC Hollywood Bureau - meet the creators
  • Networking session with Steve Bing
  • Discussion & mixer with Howard Gordon
  • Meet Steve Bing

About MPAC’s Hollywood Bureau


Fostering Relationships with Industry Professionals

Our staff meet regularly with executives, producers, directors, screenwriters and actors to develop mutually beneficial relationships, and share expertise and insight that can lead to financially and critically successful projects.

Consulting on Film & TV Projects

We work with studios and production companies on projects depicting Islam or Muslims, promote balanced and accurate portrayals of Muslim-related issues, and educate the filmmakers and producers about religious, political and cultural issues in the Muslim world.

Leveraging the Network

We create opportunities for Hollywood professionals to interact with creative talent with the goal of facilitating American Muslim involvement in Hollywood. We also provide opportunities for studios and filmmakers to screen their work before Muslim audiences and gather feedback.

This Year's Honorees

SELMA

Selma

The story of a movement

Camp X-Ray

Camp X-Ray

Connection takes courage

The Newburgh Sting

The Newburgh Sting

Terrorists or targets?

Go to honorees

Some of our past honorees


Cherien Dabis

I am a huge believer of the work that MPAC does… They were a huge part of our grassroots marketing campaign.

Cherien Dabis / Director, "Amreeka"
Karan Johar

This is the first award I have received for 'My name is Khan.' I can’t tell you how special it feels.

Karan Johar / Director, "My Name is Khan"
Ron Taylor

These kinds of recognition really signal to Hollywood… the importance of the emerging and very lucrative multi-cultural marketplace.

Ron Taylor / FOX VP of Diversity