The Documentary Department also known as Tabah Films produces both short and feature length documentaries on topics and stories within the objectives of the Foundation. Tabah Films has a production studio comprised of the latest editing workstations based on the new Mac Intel systems and state of the art HD Camera Equipment. The department contracts out the best talent available to complete it's project and keeps a full time Director, Producer, and Cinematographer, and offers short internships for up and coming media professionals such as assistant editors.
"Deen Tight" focuses on the perceived conflict between traditional religious ideals and modernity and explores the positive and negative effects of American pop culture on todays' Muslim youth. Music, considered taboo practice for many traditional Muslims, has also become one of the most prominent methods for Muslims to share their faith.
The Common Ground film is a window into the efforts of various communities as they struggle to overcome the challenges brought about by the Danish Cartoon Crisis. It brings to screen a rare glimpse into a multi-cultural approach to conflict resolution that is essential in the 21st century.
In October of 2008 Yemen was hit by a tropical storm that resulted in severe flooding which destroyed and severely damaged thousands of homes and infrastructure in southern coastal areas primarily Hadramawt.