Niam is a film about moral values; values that anyone from any religion should claim and uphold. This film is about practicing what you preach. Bhajan Singh is an educator who dedicated his life to the preservation of the Sikh community in Singapore by reaching out to the Sikh youth. He used the Punjabi language to reconnect them with their heritage. As a result of his hard work and steadfast dedication, Sikh children have a place to learn the Punjabi language, a modernized curriculum to teach them values and the Sikh way of life, and the opportunity to take government recognized college entry tests in their native tongue. Bhajan Singh is a man who truly exemplifies the Sikh spirit.
This is a Sikhlens Chapman University Sikh Art & Film Festival Scholarship Production.
Film list is subject to change without notice.