Director Tarek Albaba spotlights an American hate crime in new documentary

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SANTA BARBARA: The poignant and powerful “36 Seconds: Portrait of a Hate Crime” delves into the tragic events surrounding the 2015 Chapel Hill mass shooting in the United States, shedding light on the lives lost and the enduring impact of hate-fueled violence.

On February 10th, 2015, it took Craig Hicks 36 seconds to end the lives of three young Muslim Americans and this 99-minute documentary, directed and executive produced by Tarek Albaba, and tells the story of the three victims — Deah Barakat, Razan Abu-Salha and her sister, Yusor Abu-Salha.

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