Malika Zouhali-Worrall

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Malika Zouhali-Worrall
NationalityBritish
Occupationdocumentary filmmaker, journalist
Known forCall Me Kuchu

Malika Zouhali-Worrall is a documentary filmmaker of British and Moroccan descent,[1] best known as one of the directors, with Katherine Fairfax Wright, of the 2012 film Call Me Kuchu.[2][3]

Zouhali-Worrall's second feature-length documentary "Thank You For Playing", co-directed and edited with David Osit won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Arts and Culture Documentary.[4] The film was an Independent Television Service co-production, about the making of the art house video game "That Dragon, Cancer". It premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in April 2015,[5] and was broadcast on POV in Fall 2016. Zouhali-Worrall and Osit also directed and edited "Games You Can't Win," a short film inspired by the feature for The New York Times Op-Docs.[6]

She studied English literature at Cambridge University and International Affairs at Sciences Po, and later became a reporter and videographer for cnn.com.[2]

Zouhali-Worrall is married to Wired journalist Andy Greenberg.[1][7]

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