Ms. Drama TV covered the NYC premier of the Mooz-lim (a film about a conflicted Muslim family during 9-11) where Nia Long, Evan Ross, Roger Guevenuer, and director Qasim Basir all opened up about the film’s meaning and impact. In an intimate Q & A session, Nia Long talked about motherhood and identifying with her character and how she had to physically change to play her part. She also talked about being an “older” actress and what that meant for her career. Evan Ross talked about his role and the struggle to be a believable character. During the Q & A, Roger Guvenveur became emotional when he touched on the topic of being a father and having his own daughter transition out of childhood. The founder of the Urban World Festival, Stacy Spikes, concluded the session by expressing the need for support of the film, which can be done by requesting it in a theater near you.